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New Bats Theatre Listings

Season: 19 -23 February
Time: 6.30pm
Tickets: $14 waged / $12 concession / $10 fringe

A bloodthirsty fairy tale about beauty, age, men, mothers, murder and stuffed dogs. Bought to you by the writer/director team who won the “Best Theatre” & “Best Youth Theatre” awards for LITTLE DEATH at last years Fringe. “...fresh, young, promising theatre...” A black comedy, a musical, a poem and a physcological thriller all in one.

Season: 18 ­ 24 February
Time: 8pm
Tickets: $16 waged / $12 concession / $10 fringe

Written and performed by Duncan Sarkies Wild Man Eyes, the slide show based on the award winning book Stray Thoughts and Nose Bleeds, is a truly unique show. Stories from the book are performed in front of 400 slides that capture the twisted brain of Duncan Sarkies. Check out for more details.

“He has a gift for wild, surreal and dark comedy, but surprises with touches of romanticism, wistfulness even. The man is a genius, and a performer too, lighting up like a 250 watt bulb on stage” -The Dominion.

Season: 19 -23 February
Time: 9.30pm
Tickets: $14 waged / $12 concession / $10 fringe

Human psychology transfered through the camera and the music mediums. Wellington comes to life through animation live action and The Amoebae jazz band. Local tree's and city building start singing while being video projected onto a screen . The Amoebae jazz band play in time with the visuals. Local talent Joe Calwood on guitar and Guy Capper singing and animations.

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