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El Jaguar's Friday Fiesta de Variety III

El Jaguar's Friday Fiesta de Variety III

This Friday brings another installment of Wellington's favourite masked Mexican wrestler/variety show host and his unique brand of entertainment.

From burlesque dancers and singers to comedians and pinatas! This month El Jaguar welcomes Rachel Rouge, The One Night Stands, Jerome Chandrahasen, and RadioNZ's "Stand Up and Be Counted" winner Benjamin Crellin.

The most original evening of variety entertainment in wellington.
Friday night at 8pm.

El Jaguar's Friday Fiesta de Variety is fast becoming a gaurentee of a wild and enjoyable night out. With Halowe'en and the Mexican 'Day Of The Dead' around the corner its sure to be a night of strange happenings and spooky shenanigans. Bring your laughing pants as this promises to be an event not to be missed.

The Fringe Bar
(corner of Cuba & Vivian streets)
Friday October 30


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