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This week at BATS we have the first eva all female comedy show made in front of your eyes. Also China wars continues - tickets selling fast!

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Sorry, Did I Muff My Line?
Presented by the Improv Divas

Season: Thursday 10 October - Saturday 12 October
Time: 9.30pm
Tickets: $12 waged/$10 concession

They are women. Hear the crown roar. The debut performance of "The Improv Divas", NZ's first ever all-female improv comedy troupe. Starring Kirstin Randerson, Serena Hussain, Lynne Smith and Juliette MacDonald.

China Wars
By Robert Lord

Season: Thursday 3 October - Saturday 12 October
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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