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Party Mauritius style @ Eastside Arts
8pm, Saturday 24 February 2007

By Christina Mimmocchi
Posted Thursday, February 1, 2007



Jalsa Creole

+ Chris Stewart

'Sega' is the traditional music from the days of slavery in Mauritius, Jalsa Creole is a 9 piece Sega band, with all members originating from the island of Mauritius, in addition four female striking dancers who all entertain and involve the audience with the infectious rhythms and dance of this island.

Eastside Music Café is on the site of the Paddington Markets

395 Oxford Street
Paddington (Church Hall)
Free car parking: Gordon Street church car park.

Doors open 8pm. Music starts 8.15pm

$15/$12 Bookings: 9331 2646 or email

The venue is licensed and finger food and snacks are available

Eastside Arts gratefully acknowledges the financial support of Arts NSW and the City of Sydney and the support of the NSW Folk Federation

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Uniting Church
home of the markets

2 Newcombe Street

(02) 9331 2646