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Enjoy Makes Out

Basking in the afterglow of its enormously successful art sale fundraiser ‘buy Enjoy’, inner city gallery space Enjoy prepares for its immanent second coming in the form of LOVE, a sound-art / performance extravaganza show-casing some of Wellington’s finest sonic, multi-media and theatrical experimenters. In keeping with Enjoy’s affinity with the unsaleable, the difficult and perverse it is hoped that this next phase in the bid to keep the gallery open and free to artists and public alike will yet further expand the pulsating monster local art-mind.

Sliding off the walls and into bed for an evening of entertainment that promises to range from the riotous to the sublime Enjoy extends the invitation to bubble to the surface and taste the difference this Sunday (22nd October) from 7.30 to late at Thistle Hall. Included in the lineup are WendyHouse, Birchville Cat Motel, Sean Kerr aka CUR, and a range of other local notables. A modest donation of ten dollars will be extracted from all life loving participants either on the door or at the gallery (Level One, 174 Cuba St.) for pre-sales. Remember: KEEP ENJOY FREE  LOVE, the choice of a new generation.

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