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happy listings to may 9

Tuesday 25nd April
Some Snazzy Humans final show ever (Leila Adu, Andrew Weeks, Taylor Taylor) and Dancing in Your Head (John White, Chris Palmer, The Drum Scientits)

Wednesday 26th April
Merging Creations - Indian Art Musician Acharya Dr Chintamani Rath M.Com., LL.M., Ph.D. (music) performs with James Baxter (Guitar) and Matt Baxter (drums)

Thursday 27th April
StrangeLove, The Midwest Motorparts Coral, Volcana

Friday 28th April
Leila Adu (final gig before heading off to London) and The Flower Orphans

Saturday 29th April
Gecko Fundraiser Gig with Omelcha Supreme and Hikoikoi Reserve

Sunday 30th April
Amy X Neuburg (USA-vocals/loops) with Jonny Marks (synthi/vocals/percussion), Alphabethead (turntables), Taylor Taylor (drums), Benjamin Klein (tuba), Warwick Donald (electronics)


Tuesday 2nd May - 8pm Koha
Acoustic Pioneers - Ryan Prebble, Misha Marks, AJ Coyle, and Sarah Amazinia play Wellingtons actually acoustic acoustic night.

Wednesday 3rd May - 9pm
The Moon Whispers and Guests

Thursday 4th May - 8pm
The Ecstacy Trio (Jeff Henderson, Tom Callwood, Chris O'Connor)

Friday 5th May -
8pm - The Songs of Kurt Weill (Performed by Janet Roddick, David Donaldson, Steve Roche,
David Long, Chris O'Connor and Jeff Henderson)
midnight: The Ecstacy Trio (Jeff Henderson, Tom Callwood, Chris O'Connor)


Saturday 6th May - 8pm - The Songs of Kurt Weill (Performed by Janet Roddick, David Donaldson, Steve Roche,
David Long, Chris O'Connor and Jeff Henderson)
midnight: The Ecstacy Trio (Jeff Henderson, Tom Callwood, Chris O'Connor)

Sunday 7th May - 8pm ($20/$15)
The Songs of Kurt Weill (Performed by Janet Roddick, David Donaldson, Steve Roche, David Long, Chris O'Connor and Jeff Henderson)

Tuesday 9 May - "Some Snazzy Humans" Fine Wellington improvisiors plunder the few remaining undiscovered sounds of conventional instrumentation.

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