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Sstimuluss ~ Live At Bats

Sstimuluss ~ Live At Bats

Premieres at BATS Theatre 27th – 29th January 2005

Come groove at BATS this summer with Sstimuluss for a dramatic audiovisual experience featuring powerful new music. For the Wellington music scene, Sstimuluss – Live at BATS will be a rare spectacle. Their unique sound, combined with performances by two movement artists and one of Wellington’s foremost VJ designers, Yetimon (or Hamish Guthrey when he’s at home!) will present a late-night treat not to be missed.

Sstimuluss have been a part of the Wellington music scene for over two years now. They have played at festivals, such as The Gathering and Visions and have been regulars at Bodega, including performances at the popular While You Were Sleeping. They return to BATS after collaborating with Theatre Militia on WordVirus last August. The music of Sstimuluss is a combination of electronica, rich instrumentation and the sublime voice of Elizabeth Judd. For Sstimuluss – Live at BATS, she and Emile de la Rey are joined by co-writer/performer Jeremy Brick and Theatre Militia, to create what will be a gem in this summer’s music scene.

Performancs: 27th, 28th and 29th of January 9pm

Bookings phone BATS: 802 4175

Tickets: $12/$15

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