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Sequins and Six Inch Heels

Sequins and Six Inch Heels

This week at BATS we have Christmas Comedy Madness with the fabulous Pollyfilla and her show stopping tunes as well as late night mirth with MC Ben Hurley and guests.

Bring all your friends, come early and have a drink at the The Pit - the sunniest, smallest bar in town!

Pollywood! - Drags to Bitches

*** Tuesday 10 December - special $10 charity preview at 8pm, all proceeds go to The Awhina Centre - the Wellington branch of the NZ Aids Foundation ***

Season: Wednesday 11th December - Saturday 21st December (no show Sun/Mon)
Time: 8pm
Tickets: $15 waged $12 concession

Hot on the high heels of her fringe success Vanity Insanity, Pollyfilla is back with a dazzling new production Pollywood!

Pollyfilla Productions proudly presents smatterings of sequins, sparkles, synthetic hair, six inch heels and smutty jokes as Pollyfilla pulls out all the stops in this cracker of a Christmas comedy with balls! Pollywood! is a lipsynched musical comedy revue, satirizing celebrities and actresses, the characters they played, the children they beat up behind closed doors and the addictions that spun them out of control!

Christmas Comedy Special

Season: Thursday 12th December - Saturday 14 December
Time: 10pm
Tickets: $14 waged $10 concession

The festive season just got hilarious! Join Wellington's finest comic talents as they mirth and chortle at the time of year we all love and hate. If you're sick of all the sappy TV Christmas specials where little Timmy gets a dog, the Christmas Comedy Special is your kind of show.

We will tell our real Christmas stories that will leave you in yuletide stitches without the snow, red suits and "Full House" moments. Featuring MC Ben Hurley and guests.


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BATS theatre
1 kent terrace
wellington, aotearoa
bats@bats.co.nz
bookings 802 4175
office 802 4176
fax 802 4010
www.bats.co.nz
Pollywood! 11- 21 December
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