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Let It Rain

26 April 2006


Need some theatre after battling the elements at the dawn parade?

Fitting perfectly with yesterday's weather, 'Rain' opens tonight at 6pm. Both 'Rain' and the supermarket comedy 'Check it Out' finish this weekend.

Next week - Stephen Bain is back with 'Everything. Now' and the quarter life crisis gets in airing in 'Quarter Pounding.'


Let it Rain - 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!

Rain by Amalia Calder

Wed 26 - Sat 29 April
$15 full / $12 concession & groups 10+

Directed by Katrina Chandra

In the wee small hours of a stormy morning in Eketahuna, Anahera receives two visitors. What happens when someone else discovers your best kept secret?

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Check it out by Willow Newey & Kate McGill

Wed 19 - Sat 29 April
$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...

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


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