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Loving Las Vegas! - Bats Turns 14!!!

Loving Las Vegas!

Dear All,

BATS Theatre turns 14 years old in April 2003! To celebrate we are having a Las Vegas 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. Only $10 on the door.

There will be dancing in the theatre with DJ's and music from Grand Prix, Hum, The Organics and entertainment from Pollyfilla and Elvis impressions from The Drag Kings.

There is a chapel of love where you can get married - and the most impressive polygamist (person who gets married the most) wins a night in a flash hotel.

There will be a gambling den with Black Jack and Roulette in the dressing rooms and throughout the night there will be raffles - so you can win great prizes like tickets to Sly and Robbie, Starfish vouchers, Real Groovy vouchers, Dinner at Malo, Fidels t-shirts, gift packs from Rex Royal, Iko Iko, New Leaf, tickets to shows and more!

Everybody is welcome to come help us celebrate, so bring all your friends! Dress up in your flashest sequins and suits and bring plenty of small change to help us buy our sound system.

Love xxxx BATS

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