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Return of the Conchords

Well a hap-happy new year to you all!

This week the fabulous Flight of the Conchords take off with all new unrehearsed, unplugged songs.

Get yourself along to some summer madness at BATS - reply to this email to book now cos tickets are selling fast!


Flight of the Conchords - the C sides

Date: Wednesday 15th - Thursday 23rd January
Time: 9pm
Tickets: $14 waged $10 concession

Returning home after successful shows in the UK and LA, your favorite comedy folk duo are back. Playing at BATS Theatre for 9 days only, Flight of the Conchords are joined by very special guest Guy Capper and his unique animated comic stylings.

As the sun sets after a hard day at the beach, rock on down to BATS and hear the Conchords play their new collection of 'c' sides. Not only are these songs unreleased - some of them haven't yet been written!

Flight of the Conchords claim to be the "world's foremost guitar-based, digi-bongo acapella-rap-funk-comedy fold duo".

Come and see what that means for yourself...


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