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Cassette Entertainment Guide - 8/08/11

Cassette Entertainment Guide for week commencing Monday August 8th 2011

Tuesday 9th August –
Pop Panic ft. Ricky Rile
Starts 9pm and it’s free

Wednesday 10th August –
7pm – Bitchin’ Bingo! Join Mistress Viv in the best Bingo you’ve ever played – never old hat, always good for a laugh - book a table for the evening and be in to win some amazing prizes including the MEAT PACK.
9pm – Teenage Kicks Ft. Kieran Madden, Phoebe Falconer & Mo Problems/ Zumba Party
Get in early. Starts 9pm and it’s free

Thursday 11th August –
Cassette Allstars ft. Aza Pony, Ricky Rile & Guests.
Starts 10pm and it’s free

Friday 12th August –
MUM Ft. The DHDFD’s (Live) w/ Guests Deejays Andrew Trouble & Your Face.
$5 after 10pm. Check E-mail for enquiries.

Saturday 13th August –
The Cassette Supermarkets - All you could hope for in a warm cosy indoor market environment. Vintage, art, knitted goodies, t-shirts, records, cupcakes & more. To book a stall or for any enquiries please contact Calum or Anita at or enquire on Facebook:
From 12 - 4pm and it's free.

Saturday 13th August –
Sick Disco ft. Scratch 22 w/ Bridge (Bass FM), Aroha (George FM), Pizza Cat, Dirty Bastards & your host Meltron.
$10 from 10pm
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Cassette is available for functions, after work drinks and general mischief. Casa Cassette is now open for lunch and dinner on Tues – Fri from 12pm and Saturdays from 6.30pm. From fresh baked breads and antipasti platters to wood fired pizza and freshly made pasta, our authentic Italian menu is sure to pleasantly surprise and delight your tastebuds! For full menu detail check or to make a booth booking for dinner e-mail


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