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Final Fringe Fabulousness

Final Fringe Fabulousness

Dear all

This week we have the last blast of the Fringe - two fantastic shows for your theatre attending pleasure.

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Plus a huge congratulations to all the fabulous Fringe shows - you guys make Wellington rock!

Love BATS xx

Wedding Speeches Date: Monday 10th - Saturday 15th March Time: 8pm Tickets: $15 waged/$12 concession/$10 Fringe addict

Millen Baird has written and stars in this highly acclaimed one man show featuring 20 different characters at the wedding of newly-weds Curtis and Marion. "Baird is funny" New Zealand Herald

Unhappy Men Date: Wednesday 12th - Saturday 15th March Time: 6.30pm Tickets: $14 waged/$12 concession/$10 Fringe addict

Loophole productions presents Unhappy Men, a black comedy about two friends who have a dream to make films. However they find their current industry is so impenetrable, political and false that they must sacrifice their own morals, beliefs and individuality to achieve their dreams. Unhappy Men traces their journey and pushes the limits on the politically correct society in which these men are expected to conform.

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