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BATS in Hell

30 May 2006


My dear little BATSlings.

We have 3 must see shows this week, including two bogans, a New Zealand Comedic godess, and a medium... see below for more reasons to come to BATS this week!

BUT NOW, A SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.
Only once in your life do you get to celebrate the most debauched and dastardly 06/06/06, so it is fitting that we bring you
The BATS Fundraiser - '666'.

See the thrilling Cabaret hour from the the 'Heavenly Burlesque' team, followed by a Hell Pizza feast, and live band The Beatrootz.

We promise you music, dance, singing, nudity, comedy, acting, dress ups, carnage, drinks & Pizza. Crikey.

One night only, ever. $20/$15 tickets, all supporting BATS Theatre.. so book now!

AND... the first person to book from this email will win themselves a Hell Pizza voucher. More chances to win on the night!

See you there... in your best hellish finery.
Love BATS


BOOK NOW

Take me to hell, baby - 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 Mullet Brothers Save the World Again!

Tues 30 May - Sat 3 June
6.30pm
$15 full / $12 concession & groups 10+

Greg Ellis and Steve Wrigley unleash comedy chaos on the Wellington stage as it has never been unleashed before. It's an improvised buddy movie where two men attempt to give you a cast of thousands!
The Mullet Brothers put the idiot back into idiot savant, accidentally solving one of the world's major problems every night - be it AIDS, cancer, the middle east or global warming.

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


40 Odd Years:
An Autobiographical Retrospective
Michele A'Court

Tues 30 May - Sat 2 June
8pm
$18 full / $12 concession & groups 10+

Michele A'Court, celebrates her midlife crisis on stage this year with her new solo comedy show, 40 Odd Years.

It's an autobiographical retrospective from a NZ woman who has successfully made a career out of stand-up comedy for the past decade. But it's not all about her. With whatever wisdom she's garnered, she'll work with the audience to find the fun bits in their own crises; to recreate some of our commonly-shared "life's worst moments" and prove the theory that tragedy plus time, and a shot of tequila, equals comedy.


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


Cameron Blair - gifted
By Cameron Blair as himself

Wed 31 May - Sat 3 June
9.30pm
$15 full / $12 concession & groups 10+

From an early age Cameron Blair realised he had a gift: He could reunite people in the physical world with those who have crossed over.
Brilliant, hilarious and highly original, Cameron Blair is back from his 2004 & 2005 sell out shows to explore the world of psychic TV mediums. One of the 'must see' acts of the 2006 Festival.

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


NEXT WEEK...
Hell Pizza 666 Debauched and Dastardly Cabaret
Tues 6th June ONE NIGHT ONLY
7pm til late
Like a BAT out of hell you should make your way here and support the Theatre we know you quite like...
$20 / $15

And Young & Hungry Starts on Friday 16 June too.


BATS Theatre wasn't actually named after bats, as in the animals, but there are many similarities...
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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