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32 Flavours


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MEDIA RELAESE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Wednesday 11 January 2006


STAB THE PHANTOM bestows upon Wellington four performances of:

32 Flavours

February 16th – 19th 2006
9.30pm
BATS Theatre, 1 Kent Tce
Tickets: Adults $15/ Concession $12/ Fringe Addict $10
TO BOOK ph. 801 4176

Go on. Give it a lick.

The premier of a delicious theatrical experience is coming to Fringe 2006. Above an ice-cream store, the lives of three struggling Kiwis and an affable German are thrown into the spotlight. 32 Flavours explores the familiar experiences of finding a flat, a career, struggling with conscience and discovering yourself. The trials and tribulations of the characters are somewhat sweetened by a hokey pokey or two.

Wide-eyed and busy tailed, four Victoria University theatre students bring you a brand spanking new comedy. Inspired by their own confusion, the company devised a play to query the quandaries of deciding what self you want to be… lemon gelato or rum and raisin? 32 Flavours has secured a place at BATS Theatre, playing 9.30pm from the 16th-19th February.

The collaborators are: Ingrid; a vegetarian travel addict who is finding her roots, Stuart; who is eagerly awaiting his course-related costs, Will; who has a blue feature wall and a six pack, and Ginny; who brings her own mustard to barbeques.

“Top your evening off with a saucy treat” –‘32 Flavours’

Book your tickets at BATS today.

ENDS

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