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Kia ora

This week is your last chance to catch this year's offerings from Young and Hungry - reply to this email to BOOK NOW!

Look out next week for the return season of Millen Baird's fantastic 'Wedding Speeches - running from 1 - 5 July at 8pm - be in quick as last season sold out!

Also back by popular demand, Micetro returns next week for a limited three day season, 3 - 5 July at 6.30pm.

See y'all down at BATS real soon

xx BATS

Young and Hungry Festival of Plays Season: Tuesday 10 - Saturday 28 June (no shows Sun/Mon) Time: 6.30pm, 8pm, 9.30pm Tickets: $15 waged $10 concession, season pass $36 waged $24 concession

"Young and Hungry...has become a focus for some of the most interesting, innovative, relevant and refreshing playwriting to be seen in Wellington" - John Smythe, NBR, 20 June 2003

Lynxes by Kathryn van Beek, directed by Nancy Brunning The students at the high school are acting a bit strange, it may have something to do with the drug manufacturing company across the road but it can't be that harmful can it? After their parents signed the consent forms... But then Deeter is waiting patiently for his alien king and Robin's pet guinea pigs aren't moving anymore. Time: 6.30pm

The Forcemeat Incident by Jackie van Beek, directed by Bill Guest Sammy Boy lies dead in the scullery, his oesophagus jammed up with last night's dinner. It's a seemingly simple murder to solve but when the householders starts covering up the cover ups - the real villain is exposed. Time: 8pm

Arcadian Nights by Philip Braithewaite, directed by Sara Brodie Meet "Arcadia' a dark and tragic island where the inhabitants speak a little funny and the challenge has begun; just how far would you go to preserve the ideals you think you live within. Arcadian Nights is a fairytale from hell. If you go down to the woods tonight you might just not come back. Time: 9.30pm

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