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Undercover Productions presents 'BLOWING IT'

'Blowing It' is a one man play about Mike, an undercover cop who is posted to the Queen's Arms, Panmure, to gather evidence on dope dealers.

He proves all too successful in his role playing, and is soon identifying more with his "targets" than with the Police. Fear and isolation start to do weird things to his head, and he finds himself getting deeper and deeper in the shit...

Performed by award-winning actor Stephen Papps ('End of the Golden Weather'), and co-written with playwright and screenwriter Stephen Sinclair ('Ladies Night', The Sex Fiend' & Peter Jackson's 'Lord of the Rings'), 'Blowing It' is a comedy-drama about the predicament of the undercover cop in New Zealand; and a satire on the great NZ public bar.

Tickets $18.00 waged / $12.00 concession note: no show Sundays

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