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The funnier side of golfing...

Winners of Best Theatre in the Fringe 2000 Awards,
Open Book Productions present...
No Pogs No Patches
A comedy about golf!

Riding high on the success of their Fringe 2000 production Invisible Ink, Open Book Productions presents an original comedy for the TV2 Laughfest 2000. No Pogs, No Patches is a comedy about golf.

Holes, woods, balls and shafts, this show delves into the cheesiest of golfing puns, not to mention a fair few bar room scenes to get you giggling. No Pogs No Patches is a socioeconomic class struggle of Kafkaesque proportions. Come and experience the dirty yet not wholly understood world of championship golf. The award winning Bats Theatre provides the home to the 19th hole, where our characters are seen enjoying what seems to be a few friendly drinks, until the rivalry sets in and a wager is proposed...

This show promises not only to be the highlight of the TV2 Laugh festival, but the greatest thing that¹s happened to golf... EVER!

Open Book Productions... who the hell are they? Open Book Productions has a swag of original and successful shows to their name, such as Their recent Fringe Festival 2000 show, Invisible Ink which took away awards for Best full color poster and best theatre at The Fringe Awards. Other shows include The Garden Party, and An Ill City. Open Book Productions is an innovative, original and ambitious company of Drama Graduates, Radio Djs, Law students, and travelers. All their work is original, devised and acted by the company. Open Book Productions are the producers, directors and TV stars of the future.

No Pogs, No Patches appears at Bats Theatre on Kent Terrace at 10pm nightly from 3-7 May 2000.

Open Book Productions Winner of Best Theatre in the Fringe 2000 are back for the TV2 Laugh Festival No Pogs No Patches, 3-7 May at Bats Theatre For more info PH: Lily on (04) 9717176 or email openbook@soft.co.nz


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