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The Young and Hungry 10th Anniversary Festival

Hungry for Theatre

Kia ora

Check out the Young and Hungry Festival this week at BATS and get your fix of fab theatre 100% Aotearoa styles.

xxx the BATS Crew

The Young and Hungry 10th Anniversary Festival
Season: Tuesday 15 June - Saturday 3 July (no show Sun/Mon)
Tickets: $15 full price / $12 concession
Season Pass: $36 full price / $24 concession

The Rising Scone "Enjoyably quirky and beautifully written" - Capital Times Time: 6.30pm A small New Zealand town is suffering a crisis: Its main industry has closed down and it's up to four unlikely teenagers to achieve a marketing miracle that will take their town from obscurity to a marketing Mecca. Written by Mel Johnson, directed by Jacqui Coats.

Tuakana Tuahine "Uplifting... about whanau, hope and forgiveness" - Capital Times Time: 8pm Good mates, a rambler classic and a Scribe gig add up to a wild night out in the big city. This play goes to the heart of what friendship can be and what happens when it's put to the test. Written by Hone Kouka, directed by Sarah Delahunty.

King of Stains "Provocative and challenging....weird and wonderful" - Capital Times Time: 9.30pm Friday night. Wellington, 1996. Full Moon. Six lonely people go crazy. Written by David Geary, directed by Damon Andrews.


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