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Happy Listings September and October

Happy Listings September and October

thursday 14: Henderwood and Peneloping (pop)

friday 15: John White's Baloon Adventure and Isaac Smith (art pop)

Saturday 16: Vorn and The Rythm Method (pop)

tuesday 19: Acoustic Pioneers (folk/art)

wednesday 20: Quizz Night (entertainment)

Thursday 21: Chairman Miaow, Col. Mustard and Bastard Son of Grey Power (pop/rock)

Saturday 23: Zirkus, Niko Ne Zna, Food, Onomatopoeia (gipsy circuis art jazz)

Wednesday 27: Paul Timmings - Amplified Acoustic Music

Thursday 28: Pig Out (dance)

Friday 29: Alabaster Theatre, Dukes of Leisure and Velcro Super Cats (prog rock)

Tuesday 3: Acoustic Pioneers (folk/art)

Thursday 5: The Stacks and The Resistance (kiwi rock)

Friday 6: Libra Accord (rock)

Wednesday 11: Darktone

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