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It's Fringe Time Again!

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IT'S FRINGE TIME!!!! That's right - Fringe NZ gets an early kickoff at BATS starting tonight with the Ghost of Woody Allen, followed by 17 other theatrical delights over the next five weeks.

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PARTY! Yes that's right, as the heart of the Fringe BATS can't help but get in on the loving that is the Valentine's Day launch of the Fringe. We have 3 fabulous shows on Friday 14th and the party gets rocking at 10:30pm with DJ's in The Pit and cheap beer at the bar.

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The Ghost of Woody Allen Date: Monday 10th - Saturday 15th February Time: 8pm Tickets: $14 waged $12 concession $10 Fringe Addict

Alan is not feeling himself these days - in fact he's feeling more like neurotic Hollywood comedian Woody Allen. New from the pen of award winning playwright Philip Braithwaite comes a play that shows we all hide behind something, whether it is alcohol, drugs or neurotic aging comedians.

Paul's Parables Date: Tuesday 11th - Saturday 15th February Time: 6.30pm Tickets: $15 waged $12 concession $10 Fringe Addict

An evening of uniquely black theatre with a bite... Two savagely subversive new works - 'Undine' and 'The Felinity of Wendel' by Paul Rothwell are brought to BATS by Auckland company Theatre Noir, a brand new Enfant Terrible on the NZ theatre landscape.

Wassup Bro? Date: Wednesday 12th - Saturday 15th February Time: 9.30pm Tickets: $14 waged $12 concession $10 Fringe Addict

A dark comedy about relationships - an exciting and provocative piece of physical theatre with live music. This Maori Musical is written by Jamie McCaskill and directed by Simon Ferry.

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