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Fashionably Friday At The Naval & Family


Fashionably Friday At The Naval & Family

Friday nights are warming up as spring arrives on K’ Rd. The Naval & Family is fast developing a fashionable assortment of regular Friday after work drinkers. And as the sun goes down and the lights come up, Friday nights just get hotter.

Couturier, make-up artist and DJ James Leuii has been styling with sound for over 15 years. In that time, he has played at nearly every gay venue all over New Zealand and Sydney – and now he’s the Friday night resident at The Naval & Family.

James likes to cover the spectrum in his sets and has a loyal following of listeners and dancers who enjoy his sophisticated sensibility and love of well structured, tastefully arranged songs.

His musical direction is typically house – encompassing everything from R&B to electro, classic to abstract, old and new, easy and edgy – although he admits to being easily led by a strong vocal.

So pull up to the bar this Friday evening at The Naval & Family and press the most fabulous flesh in town to the fine sound of James Leuii.

DJ James Leuii + The Naval & Family Hotel images attached… For interviews with DJs, musicians and performers, please contact Julian: 021 465858 or juju25@xtra.co.nz


NAVAL & FAMILY GIG GUIDE SEPTEMBER 2008

MONDAYS Open from 10am, Happy Hour from 4pm-8pm with
$4 tap beer, basic spirits and house wine, pool table

TUESDAYS Open from 10am, Happy Hour from 4pm-8pm with
$4 tap beer, basic spirits and house wine, pool table

WEDNESDAYS Open from 10am, Happy Hour from 4pm-8pm with
$4 tap beer, basic spirits and house wine, pool table

THURSDAYS Karaoke with Dig Jam from 9pm,
Happy Hour from 4pm-8pm

FRIDAYS DJ James Leuii from 10pm,
Happy Hour from 4pm-8pm

SATURDAYS DJ Love from 10pm,
Happy Hour from 4pm-8pm

SUNDAYS Sunday Club, Happy Hour from 5pm-9pm with
$4 pints and complimentary nibbles, pool table


PURPLE BAR GIG GUIDE SEPTEMBER 2008

WEDNESDAY 3 GABA @ The Naval & Family Hotel, free for members,
$10 for non-members from 5.30pm
Meet Robert Street from Kim Crawford Wines
New GABA website launched!
www.gaba.org.nz

FRIDAY 5 Piano Bar with Ben Tapene from 9pm

SATURDAY 6 Flirt women’s night with DJ Dee,
$5 on the door from 10pm
www.wannaflirt.co.nz


FRIDAY 12 Piano Bar with Ben Tapene from 9pm


FRIDAY 19 Piano Bar with Ben Tapene from 9pm

SATURDAY 20 Flirt women’s night with DJ Dee,
$5 on the door from 10pm
www.wannaflirt.co.nz


FRIDAY 26 Piano Bar with Ben Tapene from 9pm

SUNDAY 28 Afternoon Delight Sunday Session, 4pm-10pm
with DJs James Leuii, Raj and DJ Brazil


The Naval & Family Hotel, 243 Karangahape Rd,
(cnr. K’ Rd & Pitt St), Auckland City

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