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What's Lurking in the Shadows?

Hello to you all,

Picture this - Wellington girl goes to the States on University exchange, writes a play and wins an award with it, beating out many Americans in the process. Well the play is Noisy Shadows and you can see it here at BATS this week!

Next week we have the unstoppable glamour queen that is Pollyfilla bringing her brand new show The Life and Times of the Divine Miss P to BATS - and the first two people to reply to this email will get a double pass to the special preview night on Tuesday 28th March. Don't say we don't love you...

Love BATS xxx

Get Noisy in My Shadows - 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!

Noisy Shadows by Branwen MillarSeason. Tues 21 - Sat 25 March
Time. 8pm
Tickets. $16 full / $12 concession & groups 10+

How do you feel about the media? How do you feel about the world? Noisy Shadows is an evocative play exploring our relationship with the media, and how our bouts of depression pale in significance to all this global chaos.

What the Americans said:

"Amazing! Vibrant, original and theatrically inventive. This is the voice of a new generation of playwrights"

- Santa Barbara News-Press

We think you'll like it too.

Read more!
or Book by Email Now!

Next at BATS Sequins and smuttiness with our favourite lady, Pollyfilla...The Life and Times of the Divine Miss P

Wed 29 March - Sat 1 April 8.30pm

PLUS! Special Preview night on Tuesday 28 March - all tickets just $10! What a deal!

BATS Theatre Offices used to house Wellington's first Burger Bar. Make ours to take away thanks...

1 Kent Terrace, Wellington, Aotearoa

bookings 802 4175 office 802 4176 fax 802 4010 web


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