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Snapshots - A Blast from the Past

Media Release 27/08/06
Snapshots - A Blast from the Past


Who can forget putting your hair in curlers,
scones with jam and cream
the electric oven that changed your life
dances where the men and women started on opposite sides of the room
singing 'God Save The Queen'
and the Twist

This is one night you won't forget!
PUT YOUR GLAD RAGS ON AND DRESS TO IMPRESS IN 1940S, 50S OR 60S STYLE!
PRIZES TO BE WON!
AND FEEL FREE TO BRING A PLATE

SNAPSHOTS - A BLAST FROM THE PAST
COMING TO BATS THEATRE SOON
12-16 SEPTEMBER @ 7PM


JAVA DANCE COMPANY COLLABORATE WITH THE IMPROVISORS AND JAZZ SINGER
iLA SCOTT TO BRING
YOU
DEWY-EYED DEVOTION
COURTSHIP
INNUENDO
MIRTH
FLIRTATIOUSNESS
AND A BOUNCY DORIS DAY OPTIMISM

A GREAT NIGHT OUT!!!
BOOKINGS (04) 8024175 OR book@bats.co.nz
$15 full $12 concession


ENDS

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