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TV2 International Laugh! Festival Laugh! Line

WED 2 MAY

BATS THEATRE

Guy Capper
Plasticene Gets Stranger
Communicating with claymation characters on a projected screen! - an all new interactive comedy show.
7pm
Tickets: Adults $10 Conc/Groups 5+/LP $8
Bookings @ Ticketek 04-384 3840 or BATS 04-802 4175

Benjamin Crellin
Fear and Loathing In Hastings
A show of small-town paranoia and twenty-something
contempt.
8.30pm
Tickets: Adults $15 Conc/Groups 10+/LP $12
Bookings @ Ticketek 04-384 3840 or BATS 04-802 4175

Flight Of The Conchords
Folk The World
Flight Of The Conchords will sing all your favourite retro-ass hip-pop,
future funk, deep a capella digi house bongo rock, comedy folk.
10pm
Tickets: Adults $12 Conc/Groups 10+/LP $10
Bookings @ Ticketek 04-384 3840 or BATS 04-802 4175

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