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On Now: Peter Coates - Next: Now Romantics

Thistle Hall is a vibrant community centre in the heart of New Zealand's cultural capital. We provide a community hall, meeting room and Wellington's only community gallery showcasing a range of artists and crafts people, from the established to the emerging.

On Now

Peter Coates
Putting the Water Back Into Watercolour

Up Next

5 - 9 SEPTEMBER 2006

Now Romantics
The Now Romantics are totally obsessed with Inflated Mythmaking & Large Gestures:
Rubberneck I w/Mr Cool (Indigo Bar, 2000)
Rubberneck II w/Mr F*#k (Enjoy Gallery, 2001)

and now...
Rubberneck III w/Mr Asia (Thistle Hall, 2006)
Art & Installations by Anton L'Etranger and Ruby Nekk

Opening night performance
Skeksies Midnite Runnas
Tues 5 at 7:30

Film Night w/Big Dick Whyte
Wed 6 at 7:30

Tape swap meet
Thurs 7 at 7:30

Unknown Rockstar, Voodoo T Savage & guests
Fri 8 at 7:30

Closing Day Sale
Sat 9 at 1:30

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