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Kia ora BATS friends

This week we have a classic Kiwi comedy revival of Robert Lord's China Wars - come check it out! Opening night almost sold out - BOOK NOW.

China Wars
By Robert Lord

Season: Thursday 3 October - Saturday 12 October (no show Sunday)
Time: 7pm
Tickets: $15 waged/$12 concession

Sex. Shopping. Terrorism. Welcome to Suburbia. China Wars is a fast paced, witty satire on middle class respectability, from the writer of Joyful and Triumphant and Bert & Maisie. Directed by John Forde and starring Sharmaine Mosen, Jason McHerron, Michael Algar and Laura Long.

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