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I want everything. now

1 May 2006

Kia ora all,

It's great to see the BATS back wall in white. The talented cast of Stephen Bain's 'everything. now' worked the paint brushes on Sunday night and it looks fabulous. Show opens Tuesday so book now for this take on work in the 21st Century.

Modern times, modern issues - The 1/4 Pounding, a comic look at the quarterlife crisis, opens Thursday!

psst: Watch out for three serious weeks of comedy. Coming soon.



Now - 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!

everything. now by Stephen Bain

Tue 2 - Sat 13 May (no show Sun/Mon)
$18 full / $15 concession & groups 8+

Written and Directed by Stephen Bain
'Nothing happens by accident. All I want is everything now.'

A fresh new play exploring the way work in the 21st Century is molding our bodies into monsters.

Featuring original songs by Leila Adu

Read more! or Book by Email Now!

The1/4 Pounding by Nicola Colson & Mel Dodge

Thu 4 - Sat 13 May
$16 full / $12 concession & groups 8+
25 years old. The world is our oyster - apparently. Not quite mutton and no longer lamb. Debt, drugs, sex, group emails ... this is the quarterlife crisis.

'Grow up.' - Dr Phil McGraw.

'i just want to say to this generation ... relax.' - Oprah Winfrey

Read more! or Book by Email Now!

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1 Kent Terrace, Wellington, Aotearoa
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