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Bar Bodega - May 25 - Newsletter

Bar Bodega - May 25 - Newsletter

Miss Demenaour: F#$K FASHION - Tonight - 8.30pm

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, The Lovely Leihlah and more......

A busy weekend: May 26 - 28
We are anticipating an extremely busy weekend with 14 bands, three comedy shows, the monthly African Dance Party, Super 14 and a pub crawl......

Friday 26 May - Music and Comedy
9.30pm - Connan and the Mockasins, Holiday with Friends, Blain Hosford and Black Limousine
9.30pm - Comedy with Craig Geenty - The Silver Fern on her Arse
10.30pm - Room 101 - Dr Invisiablo (Wretched Skinny), Cherry's Gemstones, OOS, Tough Love

Saturday 27 May - Rugby, Music and Comedy
7.35pm - Hurricanes VS Crusaders
9.30pm - The Mint Chicks, This Night Creeps, Shaky Hands, White Birds + Lemons and Sunny Tokyo
9.30pm - Comedy with Craig Geenty - The Silver Fern on her Arse
10.30pm - Room 101 - African Dance Party

Sunday 28 May - Music and Comedy
8.00pm - Acoustic Sunday
8.00pm - Room 101 - Comedy Underground - Rest of the Fest
Michelle A'Court, Steve Wrigley, Matiaha "MUTTS" Paku, Cameron Blair and TJ McDonald

African Dance Party - Saturday 27 May
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.

Death by Stereo - Thursday 1 June
Balancing chaos and consciousness is no easy feat, and few bands will ever do it as well as Death By Stereo. Brutal and brutally honest their songs come swinging at you like a bag of bricks as they embrace the extremities of hardcore and the fluid riffs of metal.

With support from Rearview Murder and Damaged this is a show that many will not want to miss. Tickets from Ticketek and Real Groovy.

Monteith's Wild Food Challenge Our entry has been confirmed for the Wild Food Challenge in the informal section. I am curious to see what the kitchen might do with Venison sausage served with game pie, parsnip mash & gravy matched with Monteith's Original?

Look our for it on the menu soon.....

Office Shout - Publicans Dozen & Platter - Subject "PLATTER"
Send an email with PLATTER in the subject line to go in to the draw for the publicans dozen and platter - Good Luck!

Have a great weekend,


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


What's On Next Week?

W31 Mike Brosnan - National Tour
Room 101: 8pm - Jeremy Elwood, 9.30pm - Mark Scott
T1 Death by Stereo, Damaged & Rearview Murder
Room 101: 8pm - Jeremy Elwood, 9.30pm - Mark Scott
F2 Tough Love and guests
Room 101: 8pm - Jeremy Elwood, 9.30pm - Mark Scott
S3 Melon Belly Skank with The Aviators
Room 101: 8pm - Jeremy Elwood, 9.30pm - Mark Scott
Room 101: 11pm - Tourist, The Septembers, Stingfish
ENDS


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