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'Shebang' Opens This Week At Bats...

A LOVELY REMINDER THAT 'SHEBANG' OPENS THIS WEEK AT BATS...

Well-known to local audiences, Jean Betts brings us her latest play THE MISANDRIST

previews this Wednesday 20th @ 7.30pm SPECIAL PREVIEW PRICE $5.00 (a bargain!!!)

opens Thursday 21st @ 7.30pm (runs until Saturday 7th October) TICKETS $18.00 waged / $12.00 concession

DON'T MISS OUT...

opening next week: THIS IS ME & TANGO ROAD by Ruby Brunton

and further into the festival... JACKIE VAN BEEK presents NEVER NEVER and BRIAR GRACE-SMITH launches her new work WHEN SUN & MOON COLLIDE

Also; Jo Randerson & Lorae Parry both have new works at Downstage and Renee (remember WEDNESDAY TO COME???) will present 'THE MISSIONARY POSITION' at Circa....

Shebang brochures available all over town in the usual places... if you want want sent out reply to us by phone or email and we'll pop one in the post.

ROCKETS!

Sharyn

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BATS theatre
1 kent terrace, wellington, new zealand
bookings phone: 04 802 4175
office phone: 04 802 4176
fax: 04 802 4010
email: bats@actrix.co.nz
www.bats.co.nz
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