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Fringe Week 2 @ BATS Land

BATS is well into Fringe 2001, we now have 'Moa Hunting', 'Monarch Room', 'Little Death', 'Good Enough' and '4 Doors and a Sofa' for all you Fringe fiends. Please note: The quirky, crazy 'Majorie Fish and the Lost Time' closes tonight at 9.30pm......

Moa Hunting

Season: Sunday 25 Feb - Friday 2 March Time: 6.30pm Tickets: $15.00 Full Price, $12.00 Concession, $10.00 Fringe Friend

An exuberant tale filled with rain, mud, and magic. A tale of giant moa, tiny people and the journey of a large green egg. Moa Hunting is written and performed by John Bolton Theatre School graduates Kate Parker and Julie Nolan.

'True New Zealand Theatre, ingenious and ingenuous with a strong seasoning of myth and legend.' - Waikato Times

The Monarch Room

Season: Monday 26 Feb- Friday 2 March Time: 8pm Tickets: $12.00 Full Price, $10.00 Concession, $8.00 Fringe Friend

the monarch room flatmates an interesting bunch 9 males live together they can act and play music and sometimes they sing they paint, dance in rhythm, those computer screens sometimes it gets crazy when the dishes arent done come see some flash filmy stuff x generation indulge in some visuals some nice animation 9 males live together just doing their stuff the monarch room cuba st, come see our show cause it will be really neat!

Little Death

Season: Tuesday 27 February - Saturday 3 March Time: 9.30pm Tickets: $14.00 Full Price, $10.00 Concession, $8.00 Fringe Friend

Thinking of losing your virginity? It could be dangerous. You might end up with a self-obsessed actor, or a beat poet with ejaculatory disorders. Little Death is a play about a woman fucked up by sex. Could this be the one?

Good Enough?

Season: Saturday 3 - Tuesday 6 March Time: 6.30pm Tickets: $14.00 Full Price, $10.00 Concession, $8.00 Fringe Friend

Written by and starring Robbie Hunt. Directed by Kenny King.

Making the All Blacks has been "Every Kiwi boy¹s dream", longer than it has been a career option. Now stardom, National pride, and a pay cheque can all come in a game of two halves. Rodney Oaks. Born with the pig skin in his hands. Dad played, brother plays, Rodney plays. There¹s never been any question of it. Rodney loved rugby before he was even born. Even better, he turned out to be good at it! A 20 year old boy with dreams - ŒBlack¹ dreams.

Four Doors and A Sofa

a new comedy by Louise Proudfoot

Season: Saturday 3 - Wednesday 7 March Time: 8pm Tickets: $12.00 Full Price, $10.00 Concession, $5 Fringe Friend

Remember that old flatmate? You know the one, who could bring out the absolute evil in your otherwise passive nature? Or would you rather forget?

A quirky, fast paced, physical comedy containing a cast of colourful kiwi characters. The Bitch, The Brain, The Meat and The Veg.

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 ...Fringe 2001 on now...


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