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Bats News November 2005

Bats News November 2005

My Brother and I are **** Stars!

Season. 29 November - 17 December (no show Sun/Mon)
Time. 8pm

Tickets. $20 full / $15 concession and groups of 10+

Active Card holders $12 if purchased on the day til 3rd Dec. R eighteen. Title rhymes with CORN. I think you get the picture. Abandoned in the '70s after their parents mysterious disappearance, Jackie and Jon are left alone to run their parent's CORN business. But when sales disappear, Jackie resolves to put an end to the wrongness and make a dash for normality. But it is harder than she thinks... Starring Jackie Van Beek and Jonathan Brugh after their sell out Silo season.

Katherine Mansfield Remix

Season. Saturday 3 D one-woman play based on the journals of Katherine Mansfield. Penned and performed by French Stendhal laureate, France David, in tribute to Katherine Mansfield, whose writing influenced her own artistic path. The play opened to rave reviews in France and a radio version was broadcast on French national radio. One show only. Performed entirely in French.


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