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Paint is splattering into Bats Theatre

Paint is splattering into Bats Theatre for five nights only.

This powerful and gritty New Zealand play will be a world premiere and it is bound to sweep you up in its brush strokes.

In middle class New Zealand friends and enemies alike wear masks that reassure each other of their stability while they quietly crumble on the inside. Stunning artwork by Ingrid Park shows the beauty that can lie hidden in the darkness of depression and the hideousness of everyday life.

Combining a fresh script with the devising talents of the BloodWorks Theatre Collective, original music and live art this is one you should not miss.

Written and directed by Sebastian Hurrell this is the second outing for BloodWorks since its formation in April 2004 http://www.bloodworks.co.nz/


The Fringe Season of this BloodWorks production runs at 9pm every night from
February 8 – 12.

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