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We're going at it hammer and tongs

14 August 2006

Kia ora,

You poor things must be distraught this week - we don't have any shows on this week due to some well deserved maintenance time for the Theatre and foyer, getting done as we speak... the paint fumes are glorious, the power tools are awe-inspring and if you want to join in the fun let us know (ahem, shameful plug).

But never fear! Next week we have two cracker jack shows to get you back in the BATS swing of things - From next Tuesday, the all boxed up wonders of Shifting, and from next Friday that man about everywhere directs the supreme new NZ play and what remains. Get your tickets now folks, it is going to be a biggy.

As always, more info down below, and remember: booking is half the fun...

See you down here soon,
Arohanui
BATSxxxx


BOOK NOW

If I had a hammer - 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!


Shifting

Tues 22 August - Sat 2 September
6.30pm

$16 full / $12 concession & groups 8+

Just how many times can one person shift houses, countries, lovers, jobs?

Building on a critically acclaimed season in 2004, shifting celebrates the contradictions and complexities in our constantly moving lives. It is theatre where boxes dance, realities blur and bus stops are a pick up joint.

"an entertaining and dynamically staged production" Dominion Post

".memorable and inventive and that's what we need in the theatre." Capital Times
_ Read more! or Book by Email Now! book@bats.co.nz


and what remains

Fri 25 August - Sat 2 September

8.30pm

$20 full / $12 Concession

A potential future. Set at Wellington's International Departure's Lounge - and what remains is a story which foreshadows the possibility of ethnic cleansing in New Zealand.

Emerging Pacific Islands Artist of the Year (2005), Miria George (Rarotonga, Atiu, Cook Islands; Te Arawa, Ngati Awa) has refined her controversial play for this return seaosn, following a successful seaosn at the City Gallery in 2005.

and what remains features a multi award-winning crew, with direction by Hone Kouka and sound design by Stephen Gallagher.

_ Read more! or Book by Email Now! book@bats.co.nz
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COMING UP SOON...
Dance Your Socks Off
5 - 23 September
We've got 7 shows going on -
Get a season pass to see 3 for $30!


BATS Theatre has a new Guano coming out soonish - have you moved? update your address here
1 Kent Terrace, Wellington, Aotearoa book@bats.co.nz
bookings 802 4175 office 802 4176 fax 802 4010 webwww.bats.co.nz


ENDS

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