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The end of STAB is nigh!


The end of STAB is nigh!

It's your last chance to see the fab show The Telescope this week and a special deal for you lovely BATS email people - be one of the first 5 lucky people to reply to this email and you will get a 2 for 1 ticket!! WHAT A DEALARAMA.

"The Telescope expertly uses technology to create a new experience of theatre and transcends that achievement to become profoundly moving" Timothy O'Brien, Dominion Post

The Telescope
Season: Wednesday 27 November - Saturday 7 December (no show Monday)
Time: 8pm
Tickets: $15 waged $12 concession

Afterburner (responsible for last years 'Man on the Moon') continue the journey into image theatre with a tale of collapsing nerves, exploding stars and blossoming love, creating powerful emotional landscapes with crystal clear lights and heartwarming sound. An agoraphobic astronomer on the verge of a major discovery, finds love amongst the stars.

Starring Peter Rutherford, Lloyd Scott and HUM - Miranda Manasiadis, Steve Gallagher, Matt Hutton and Sebastian Morgan-Lynch. Story and Design by Martyn Roberts.

Stars sing different melodies, black holes sing the same.

Afterburner thanks The Lion Foundation, Felix Cafe and The Lido Cafe for their fantastic support!

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