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I'd Love to have a Beer with Duncan

19 April 2006


Kia ora koutou,

Duncan Sarkies is back! If you're suffering from post-Easter chocolate tummy then wash it down with a beer this Friday in 'I'd love to have a beer with Duncan.' You really do get a beer - something the Business Manager, Clare, is looking forward to ...

If you're wondering what goes on behind the scenes at the local supermarket, check out the slappermarket comedy 'Check it Out.' Premieres tonight!

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Check It Out by Willow Newey & Kate McGill

Wed 19 - Sat 29 April (no show Sun / Mon)
8pm
Tickets. $15 full / $12 concession & groups 8+

Directed by Larry Rew

Check out girl Brenda-Lee is lost - does she LUV Kev, or is there someone better up another aisle?
And one check-out over, Geena's shagging half the meat department .
Meanwhile, ex-swingers / owners Bill and Judy are trying to overcome marriage problems with their business going down the gurgler...
Read more! or Book by Email Now! book@bats.co.nz
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I'd Love to have a Beer with Duncan

Friday 21 April
6pm and 10pm (two shows only)
Tickets. $15 full / $12 concession & groups 6+

DUNCAN SARKIES SNEAKILY PREVIEWS NEW MATERIAL FROM HIS FORTHCOMING NOVEL
"TWO LITTLE BOYS" PLUS A NEW BATCH OF SHORT STORIES!

WITH SPECIAL CELEBRITY GUEST SEAN O'BRIEN A.K.A GRASSY NOEL OF THE RYEGRASS STAGGERS!

PROCEEDS WILL GO TOWARD GETTING DUNCAN TO THE SOUTH ISLAND TO WRITE THE NOVEL!

DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE TO RUN DUNCAN OUT OF TOWN!

Book by Email Now! book@bats.co.nz


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