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The Clan of the Puppet Ninja At Bats Theatre

The Clan of the Puppet Ninja

Kia ora BATSters,

The Clan of the Puppet Ninja have infiltrated BATS yet again! bringing a puppet fable 'Bird Mouse Sausage' to the stage from tonight until Saturday. More show details below.

And after a standing ovation on opening night, Theatre Militia's moving tale of love, life, loss and jazz also continues until Saturday. More show details below.

To make sure you don't miss out - book by email: book@bats.co.nz or phone: (04) 802 4175. Please include your name, the show name/s and the date/s of the performance you would like to attend, and the number of tickets.

JOB OPPORTUNITY:

BATS has a part time position going for a Front of House Assistant Manager. Full on, sole charge, customer service, 2 evenings per week plus alternate Saturday evenings. Enquire at BATS for a full position description. CVs by next 5pm Tuesday 19 July (email or post).

Love BATS

Next week at BATS: Matt Saville's 'Kikia Te Poa' explores rugby and identity in the Boer War. And 'VauDevil Cabaret' presents impure late night fun. More info next week or check out www.bats.co.nz

Now on:

'Bird Mouse Sausage'
Season: Tuesday 12 ­ Saturday 16 July
Time: 7pm
Tickets: $15 full / $12 concession and groups of 8+

Regard Citizen, ANCIENT yet politically topical fable of BIRD MOUSE SAUSAGE! based on venerable and seditious tale purloin¹d from BROTHERS GRIMM.

We Ninja offer unique ONCE-IN-LUCKY-LIFETIME opportunity to enjoy with Puppet and Mask.

Heed this Beckoning, Citizen; WE DEMAND THUS.

'Bouncing with Billie'
Season: Thursday 7 ­ Saturday 16 July (no show Sunday/Monday)
Time: 9pm
Tickets: $15 full / $12 concession

Theatre Militia (ŒWord Virus¹ at BATS in 2004) present a new devised work based on the life of Wellington artist/poet Fergus Collinson. A fragmented portrait of one of the city¹s most unique personalities, combining poetry and sign language, media and monologue in its exploration of disability, sexuality and the role of the artist in New Zealand.


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bats@bats.co.nz
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