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Shebang Festival Programme At Bats

Just to let you all know that there has been a late inclusion in the SHEBANG FESTIVAL programme at BATS.

GABE McDONNELL has written a new play called THE INEPT which previews on Monday 2nd October and runs TUESDAY 3rd - SATURDAY 7th OCTOBER @ 6.00pm.

A one woman monologue set in Hampstead, London on Christmas Day 2000. Performed by ANNIE MILLARD.

Louise Granger is making her ex-pat daughter Krissy a special birthday tape to be sent to her new home in New Zealand. But her daughter's 25th birthday has special meaning for her, and this year she has promised herself that she will try and mend the past.

A drama about mis-communication and mothers and daughters.


You may recognise Gabe from writing and directing such plays as; DEAR JOHN (1997), TWO BOYS (1998) and HARK for this year's Young & Hungry festival of plays.

Annie was last seen performing as an Aussie stripper in DAILY GRIND and as the bereaved mother in NIGHTLIFE (both for the 2000 Fringe Festival). She was also voted Best Female Actor for the 1999 Theatre Federation awards.

ROCKETS TO YOU ALL!

Sharyn

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