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Eat my 'shorts'....

Take your pick or take all three, we've got something for everyone over the next three weeks in our Season of Shorts.
A NEW PLAY,
AN ANIMATION,
& AN INSTALLATION... Read on to find out which one best suits your taste, or maybe try and make it to all three!!! Just reply to this email if you would like to book seats for any of these fantastic new shows ( seating is limited ) get in quick!

THERE ONCE WAS A BOY: Utilising the tools of dance, music, lighting, puppetry and mask

Written & Performed by Robert Lloyd

Season: 16, 17, 18th August Tickets: $12.00 Waged / $10.00 Concession Time: 8.30pm

Creativity is the centre of a spirit to be seen and felt in Wellington as young 24 year old actor Robert Lloyd performs his debut play "There once was a boy" as a part of the Season of Shorts at BATS Theatre.

The play is centered on a boy who gets lost on the way to his future and finds more than he thought he would, as he delves deep into himself. To find out what happens next means buying a ticket.

"Most people sit in the shadows and observe, only amusing themselves. WellŠI¹ve sat in the shadows and collected my tools. Now I am where people can see me and watch me rip it up!"

Guy Capper in PLASTICENE GETS EVEN STRANGER

Season: Tuesday 21 ­ Saturday 25 August Time: 8pm Tickets: $12 Waged / $10 Concession

Using a video projector and bent animations to create.. A Brand new Season of claymation interviews with mutants a space hippo¹s. "::::: Mysticism meets Tuna Salad Sandwich"!!!!!:::::: Journey with Guy to Animated Worlds which include :

Stand up comedy between the animated sessions
*Sheep Interviews - Aliens discuss air space with Flash gordon .
*Interview with a live smell ­ Art house poetry with visuals *High Speed Word association stand up with sauce
*Brand new Alien game show- longer and stranger
*More animations more Charcters ­ mayo rabbit flipper !

This show is a visual feast of a fructose reality fridge video pond splashing in the universe of chaos !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

afterburner presents man on the moon an installation

Season: Wednesday August 29 - Saturday September 1 Time: 7pm & 8.30pm Tickets: $10

martyn roberts
sebastian morgan-lynch
jason whyte
lloyd scott

over four evenings bats theatre becomes a living installation accessible to 18 audience members per showing. exclusive? perhaps. different? certainly.


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