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Free Tix Tonight!


Free Tix Tonight!

Kia ora everyone

Head of the House opens tonight - don't miss this pick of the Fringe! Because you are special and are on our email partylist we want to give you tickets to this fantastic show - the first 4 people to reply to this email get two complimentary tickets to Head of the House at 7pm tonight - so REPLY NOW!

Otherwise you can reply to book for any other night instead...

Loving Las Vegas is coming - so dust off your glad rags and get out your dancing shoes - Wednesday 16th April at 7pm.

Love BATS xxx

Head of the House Season: Monday 7th - Saturday 12th April Time: 7pm Tickets: $15 waged $10 concession Award winning playwright Dean Hewison mixes bizarre characters, offbeat humour and a modern day murder mystery into a delicious and nutritious feast of comedy. Head of the House is a black comedy about five flatmates who discover their landlord's head in the washing machine. All is revealed as the flatties unravel the evidence - and each other's secrets - all the while being watched by the head, which is sitting on the kitchen table!

"Good jokes, an intriguing mystery, and an opportunity for eight actors to have a good time with their stereotypes and with the fast and furious verbal and physical comedy.....an excellent cast" - Laurie Atkinson, The Dominion Post

"Dean Hewison is a name to look out for" - Nelson Wattie, Theatre News


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