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Week 3 @ BATS - Fringe

The staff down here at BATS celebrated yesterday...half way through Fringe 2001. 10 shows's our next 4 goodies for you to digest!

Cabin Fever

Sometimes your mind can be your worst enemy

Season: Tuesday 6 - Saturday 10 March Time: 9.30pm Tickets: $14.00 Full Price, $10.00 Concession, $9.00 Fringe Friend

Six people are trapped in an isolated, snowbound cabin without power, heat or the ability to communicate with the outside world. As the snow piles higher, the tension escalates. When one of them dies in questionable circumstances they are faced with the possibility that there is a murderer amongst them. But which one? And will they kill again?


By Sonal Patel Directed by Katherine McRae

Season: Wednesday 7 ­ Saturday 10 March Time: 6.30pm Tickets: $12.00 Full Price, $10.00 Concession, $5.00 Fringe Friend

Meet Jack. Mild mannered, pleasant and an all round nice guyŠ if he wasn¹t living with an idiot. Straight from winning the New Zealand Young Playwrights Competition 2000, Remote delivers a sharp comedy about flatmates and the result of procrastinating. Work-shopped in Auckland under the direction of Gary Henderson (An Unseasonable Fall of Snow, Shortland Street) Remotes¹ use of physical comedy combined with a fast paced script had the workshop audience in hysterics.

0utside In

By Dwight Ashton

Season: Thursday 8 - Tuesday 13 Time: 8pm Tickets: $15.00 Full Price, $12.00 Concession, $10.00 Fringe Friend

OUTSIDE IN is eccentric, rural New Zealand at it's best. Dark, cloistered and bizarre. Three beautiful daughters have been mourning the death of their mother for a decade. Along comes Dave, a mobile plumber who incidentally, accidentally spins the girls worlds out of control. Visually stunning, with a beautiful, original score.


Young and Hungry is currently leaping into its next production! Helen Varley Jamieson¹sŠ

a surreal and twisted fairytale about adolescent love and death.

Season: Monday 12 - Staurday17 March Time: 6.30pm Tickets: $12.00 Full Price, $8.00 Concession, $7.00 Fringe Friend

Meet Alice and Jack, two confused teenagers who are forced to spend the summer together. Re-united with fairytale books from their childhood, they begin to slide from reality into fantasy and back again. The lovely Vanessa Byrnes is directing BETWEEN .

BATS theatre 1 kent terrace, wellington, new zealand bookings phone: 04 802 4175 office phone: 04 802 4176 fax: 04 802 4010 email: ...Fringe 2001 on now...

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