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BATS Theatre Fundrasing Party


BATS Theatre Fundrasing Party

BATS Theatre turns 14 years old in April 2003! To celebrate we hare having a Las Vegas themed birthday fundraising party to raise money to buy our sound system (which we currently hire).

The party is on Wednesday 16th April from 7.30pm till late at BATS, 1 Kent Terrace. $10 on the door plus cash bar. There will be dancing, Elvis weddings, raffles, gambling and sequins galore. Everybody is welcome to come help us celebrate.

BATS is a small funky theatre at the heart of Wellington city. We have over 50 shows a year ­ that¹s a whole lot of actors, designers, directors, writers, musicians and audience through our doors! We aim to give all these people the best experience possible at BATS. We upgraded our sound system in 2001 (it¹s pretty flash) and now we would like to be able to buy it instead of paying the rent each month.

We have been donated prizes, goods, services and other fantastic suprises by many of the fab theatre supporting business around Wellington to make this the best BATS birthday party ever!

If you would like any more information about our Loving Las Vegas party please contact Brigid, Paula or Kirsten at the BATS Theatre office. (04) 802 4176 mailto:bats@bats.co.nz

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