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Dirty Puppets


Dirty Puppets

Kia ora everyone

This week at BATS the Clan of the Puppet Ninja bring you some dodgy puppet action to warm you up and make you giggle.

And next week look out for the critically acclaimed Disco Pigs.

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Love xxx BATS

The Clan of the Puppet Ninja Sells Out with Uncle Stinky's Missing Shoes Redux Delux! Season: Tuesday 15 - Saturday 19 July Time: 8pm Tickets: $13.99 full $9.99 concession

The completely un-anticipated return of the the Puppet NinjaTM local folk hero / miscreant pill-popper "Uncle Stinky"TM elicits confusion and disbelief from Ninja and confused disbelieving citizens alike!

SEE! The show that made the dream a living nightmare, the Fringe NZ 2002 super-sleeper-hit "UNCLE STINKY'S MISSING SHOES" but with some new bits in it.

HEAR! Filthy "adult" orientated gags (R16), larks and other assorted amusements, lovingly crafted by the evil yet vaguely humourous "PUPPET NINJA CLAN" un-winners of the prestigious FRINGE NZ 2003 BEST COMEDY AWARD!

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