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Bar Bodega Update 18 May 2006

Bar Bodega Update 18 May 2006


Good day,

I hope that you are enjoying your Thursday. I hate to boast that I am still buzzing from last nights comedy show by Rhys Darby - Based on Actual Events. Darbys' new show comes to us direct from the UK. In the show Rhys reveals his often disastrous true life accounts through a series of hilarious re-enactments - tonight at 9.45pm there are some tickets left.

Office Shout - Publicans Dozen & Platter - Subject line FOOD

Congratulations to Emma from Optimum Media Solutions for winning last weeks draw. Send an email to bar@bodega.co.nz with the subject FOOD to go in this weeks draw for the publicans dozen and a platter - Good Luck!

Capital Times - Delivered every Wednesday

KIWI music lovers get your New Zealand albums out and find the band or singer that penned the song titles littered throughout this week's Capital Times.

Miss Demenaour: F**K FASHION - Thursday 25 May

Q. What does a 50 year old cross dresser, a Pregnant woman, a size 6 and a size 18 female have in common??

A. They are all models at the F@$K FASHION show. Featuring music, fashion and dance by Beltane, The Moon Whispers, Starfig Newton, Dekline, Leihlah and more.

Connan and the Mockasins - London Bus Fundraiser - Friday 26 May - $15

Featuring very special guests The Have, Blain Hosford, Holiday with Friends and Black Limousine. Grab a copy of the mini album UUU It's Teasy for some very sneaky little treats.....................

African Dance Party - Saturday 27 May

African Dance Party - Last Saturday of the Month Join us for the popular African Dance Party to enjoy a special African atmosphere rarely found in New Zealand. DJs Shaka & The Chief will spin the latest music from the mother land. Entry is by Koha from 9pm.

Mike Brosnan - Wednesday 31 May - $15 Pre-sales

Mike Brosnan has toured extensively World-wide since the early 1990's, and in that time has earned himself an enviable reputation as an exceptional finger-style guitarist, an emotive and powerful singer, and a gifted songwriter. His original songs, combined with his powerful stage presence have made him a highly original force in the emerging Roots Music/Americana scene.

Gigs on this week:

Thomas the Funk Engine and Supernova - Tonight

Pulp Fiction !!! - Grand Prix, Punches and Over the Atlantic - Friday 19 May

High Dependency Unit with Mestar - Saturday 20 May

Fraser, Tane, Jan, Cam, Sally, Gary, Dave, Ned, Steph, Rennie, Nick, Dani, Ants, and Leifur

* Havana Coffee * Free Parking * 20 Tap Beers * Great NZ Wines * Menu * Private Functions * Catering * Live Music

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Gigs on next week:

Cop Car & Rhythm Subrosa - Room 101 - $3 Drink Specials - Tuesday 23 May

Resistance, Moonlight Flit & Strange Love - Wednesday 24 May

F#$K FASHION - Dekline, Leilah, Beltane, Starfig Newton & Guests - Thursday 25 May

Connan & The Mockasins, The Have, Blain Hosford, Holiday with Friends and Black Limousine - Friday May 26

Dr Invisiablo (AUS), OOS, Tough Love & Cherry's Gemstones - Room 101 - Friday May 26

The Mint Chicks, This Night Creeps, Shaky Hands, White Birds + Lemons & Sunny Tokyo - Saturday May 27

African Dance Party - All Welcome - Room 101 - Saturday May 27

ENDS

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