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BATS Staff held for Queen's ransom

27 March 2007


Hi BATSters,

Pollyfilla here...

Steph is a bit tied up at the moment (well, I've tied her up with a pair of fishnets!)

As you know, my show The Life and Times of the Divine Miss P opens this week, so I am holding the BATS staff hostage. If you ever want to see BATS staff alive again, come see my show. That's right, I have them struck down by sequins and got them struggling in stilettos.

If you don't come to my show they'll be wearing concrete high heels and disco dancing with the fishes at the bottom of Wellington harbour!

lots of love and big drag kisses,

Polly xxx


BOOK NOW

Dress me in Sequins - to book for any performance at BATS email book@bats.co.nz 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!

The Life & Times of the Divine Miss P

Wed 29 March - Sat 1 April
8.30pm
Tickets. $18 full / $12 concession & groups 8+

Pollyfilla and the Dazzling Fillettes return to BATS in what may be their best (and possibly last) show before Wellington's favourite drag diva heads to Melbourne.

This brand new multimedia show draws from the life long inspiration of Polly, the divine Miss Bette Midler.

Why has Bette been such and inspiration? Why is Polly leaving Wellington? And what will happen to the Fillettes? Find out at this show of great moves, stunning looks and the sultry, smutty diva herself, the one and only Pollyfilla.

Read more! or Book by Email Now! book@bats.co.nz


Next at BATS

Never Swim Alone - A Theatre Pataphysical production directed by Ryan Hartigan
A hilarious and scathing competition.
Tues 4 - Thurs 14 April, 7pm (no show Sun/Mon)
Read more!


Mui - by Katlyn Wong

What is it like to speak two languages? What are the strengths? The weaknesses? Delusions and family combine on the BATS stage
Thurs 6 - Thurs 13 April, 9pm (no show Sun/Mon)
Read more!


BATS Theatre distributes more than 2000 Guanos four times a year. Keep checking your letterbox this week for the new mag, hot off the press!

1 Kent Terrace, Wellington, Aotearoa book@bats.co.nz
bookings 802 4175 office 802 4176 fax 802 4010 web www.bats.co.nz

ENDS

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