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Scoop Images: Bats Comedy Festival Lineup

Promotional photos from six of the comedy festival productions presently underway at Bats Theatre as part of the Laugh Festival. For more information on these shows see... Bats Theatre: International Laugh! Festival 2000.



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Penash Productions presents
"RHYS DARBY AND THE TIME MACHINE"
Wednesday 10th - Saturday 13th May @ 7.00pm


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Benjamin Crellin presents
"MINDFULL"
Tuesday 2nd - Saturday 6th May @ 7.00pm


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Improv Productions presents
"THE IMPROV BANDITS"
Wednesday 10th - Saturday 13th May @ 10.00pm


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Cognito presents
"COMEDY SOUP"
Tuesday 2nd - Sunday 7th May @ 8.30pm


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Justine Smith & Jan Maree are
"ALAS! SMITH AND FRANICEVIC"
(the return of the Showgals)
Wednesday 10th - Saturday 13th May @ 8.30pm


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