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TV2 International Laugh Festival Line, Mon 14

MON 14 MAY

DOWNSTAGE THEATRE

Adam Bloom (England)
Voted the ‘Time Out UK Comedian Of The Year’ and the ‘Polygram
Punters Choice’ at the Edinburgh Festival in 1998.
7pm
Tickets: Adults $25 Conc/Groups 10+/LP $20
Bookings @ Ticketek 04-384 3840 or Downstage 04-801 6946

Flight Of The Conchords
Folk The World
Flight of the Conchords transfer to Downstage after a sell-out season at BATS. Fly the friendly guys, with your favourite retro-ass, hip pop, future funk, deep A cappella, digi house bongo rock.
8.30pm
Tickets: Adults $12 Conc/Groups 10+/LP $10
Bookings @ Ticketek 04-384 3840 or Downstage 04-801 6946

BATS THEATRE

Radar
Timor ODDyssey
The story of an incredible journey across the Australian desert, where Radar nearly drowns, and into East Timor where he is mugged by children.
8.30pm
Tickets: Adults $15 Conc/Groups 5+/LP $12
Bookings @ Ticketek 04-384 3840 or BATS 04-802 4175

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