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Bodega News – Friday 11 August

Bodega News – Friday 11 August

Publicans Shout - 12 pints to be won after work every Friday
Congratulations to Wellington Hospital staff that won last week. Email


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Bodega - Silver Exchange Specialists!
"Open from 4pm until 3am everyday"
Friday 11 August

– Late Night Dancing

– Rock n Roll or Ska?

– After Work Drinks

– Kitchen Open

– Room 101

– Rock n Roll Machine, Percy Feral, The Secateurs

– The Offbeats, Jonny Doom and the Forcefields (Ska bands)

Saturday 12 August - A Typically Great Night at Bodega!

– Open with 18 Beers on Tap

– Kitchen Open

– Charlie ASH, White Birds & Lemons, Sunny Tokyo, Collapsing Cities, Fighting the Shakes

Poetry Cafe

– Room 101

– Monday 14 August

– 7.30pm
Featuring poet and author Ian Wedde supported by Warner Emery from the Phoenix Foundation. The evening includes an open-mic section with prizes.

The Soul Affair (Bodega 15th Birthday Party)

– Tuesday 29 August
The Soul Affair features Radio Active DJs every Tuesday with regular appearances of a new live band Harbour City Electric. Bodega 15th Birthday T-Shirts will be available as well as $3 drink specials.

The Bats, Minisnap & The Sprouts

– Saturday 2 September

– 9pm
The Bats have spent more than two decades forging a reputation based on their excellent songwriting and live performances acclaimed for the energy that the group's insistently strummy rock instils in crowds. Tickets Available Now - $25

Peter and The Test Tube Babies

– Thursday 7 September

– 9pm
Formed around Brighton in 1977 and still touring today the band make their first NZ appearance. In 1982 they covered the chart-topping Gary Glitter hit "I'm The Leader of The Gang (I Am)", on their album Pissed and Proud which got some notoriety! Tickets are on sale now at Real Groovy - $40

Youth Group (AUS), Johs Pyke (AUS)

– Friday 8 September

– 9pm
Their single "Forever Young" (a cover of the song by Alphaville) was used in the television show The O.C. creating wide interest in Youth Group from mainstream audiences and taking Youth Group into the charts.

Brew NZ

– September 4

– 9
We will showcase NZ microbrews including Tuatara, Renaissance, Three Boys, Waituna, Sunshine, Green Man, Monteith's and Emerson's with daily beer talk and tasting - $20. We are also taking bookings (17 places left) for the State of the Nations NZ Beer Tour with Neil McInnes in Room 101. 7.30pm - Wednesday 6 September - $25.

Keep in touch,

Fraser, Tane, Jan, Cam, Sally, Dave, Steph, Rennie, Leifur, Nick, Ryan, Ned, Aimee, Laura, Tyler, Antoinette & Brian

Shows to look out for:

Voom - Voom works with three simple precepts- plug in play & record
Miriam Clancy - Lyrical maturity, sophisticated songcraft, commanding and distinctive!
Ginger Brown - A dark and quirky fusion of 50s/60s rock with carnival undertones saturated in madness
Raskolnikovs - A mix between some sort of Eastern European folk music and The Munsters


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