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Skazzle Dazzle 'em at BATS

7 March 2006

Kia ora everyone,

Before you get stuck into your census forms tonight , come and see the hilarious Jo Randerson in her very own Skazzle Dazzle (9.30pm) and the brilliantly comic characters of Sara Standring in Please Don't Feed the Models (8pm).

Psst: Missed The Drunk Monologues? Missed The Cottage? They're both doing return seasons next week: 14-18 March. Book to see both shows on 14th or 15th and pay only $20 ... but you gotta book by this Friday.


Book me - to book for any performance at BATS email with your name, the show, date and number of tickets. We will reply to confirm your booking and you can pay when you come to the show. Choice!

Please Don't Feed the Models
by Sara Standring

Season. Fri 3 - Sat 11 March (no show Sun/Mon)
Time. 8pm
Tickets. $15 full / $12 concession & groups 8+ / $10 Fringe Addict

Former international model turned actor, Sara takes us on a fabulous romp through a world where a girl's measurement of determination and desire should far surpass that of her hips.

"Model Mayhem ends festival on a high note" Dominion Post

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Jo Randerson's Skazzle Dazzle

Season. Tues 7 - Sat 11 March
Time. 9.30pm
Tickets. $18 full / $12 concession

"She strips humour down to its bare bones; so bare it simply shouldn't be funny any more.Yet despite being completely devoid of romance, her humour is foolproof. " The Package

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Next at BATS Best of the Fringe return!

The Drunk Monologues 6.30pm, 14-18 March
The Cottage, 8.30pm, 14-18 March

BATS Theatre was started by Simon Elson and Simon Bennett in 1989.

1 Kent Terrace, Wellington, Aotearoa
bookings 802 4175 office 802 4176 fax 802 4010 web


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