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Only five shows left........the irish play

Only five shows left....

You've had your holiday....

You've even had a long weekend....

To keep the holiday flow going -

get thee to BATS.

No time for "yeah, I'll see it soon." If you need yet another reason to see it, how about...

"The theatrical year gets off to a terrific start with a rumbustious, highly entertaining broth of a play which has been given a wildly energetic and stunningly inventive production that moves from surrealistic farce to spine-tingling emotion in the twinkling of an eye."LAURIE ATKINSON - THE EVENING POST

"...spirited production of a wildly entertaining play...strong performances...showstopping song...intensely physical production...a human comedy of broad scope for all to enjoy." TIMOTHY O'BRIEN - THE DOMINION

Irish Annals of Aotearoa

a play by Simon O'Connor

(based on the novel by Michael O'Leary)

Directed by David O'Donnell

CAST: Waimihi Hotere, Stephen Bain, Johanna Smith, Peter Daube, Karlos Drinkwater, Chris Palmer, Chris O'Connor

Hopelessly drunk on the Auckland express, a man steps out of the wrong door and lies bleeding to death in the snow. He is visited by the ghosts of his Maori and Irish ancestors and goes on a journey into the past until he finally discovers his own true identity.

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