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Dr Praktiss’ World Remedy Tour returns

Dr Praktiss’ World Remedy Tour


Dr Praktiss’
World Remedy Tour
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Dr Praktiss’
World Remedy Tour
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Media Release for “Dr Praktiss’ World Remedy Tour”
For immediate release
Date21/9/06

“Dr Praktiss’ World Remedy Tour”

Back due to popular demand!!!

A Carnival Side Show Extravaganza, touched with a bit of Vaudevillian Medicine Show

Dr Praktiss is back to entertain once more, at The Arts Centre’s Great Hall 25, 26, 27 and 28 October 2006.

A collaboration of Christchurch-based international performers merge together, presenting something a little different in Christchurch’s theatrical calendar, a sidesplitting heart felt spectacular. Some of New Zealand and Australia’s top performers mix circus sideshow acts, comedy and physical theatre.

The evening will make you laugh at the silly, the sublime, yourself and your neighbour.

The story is of the charismatic Dr Praktiss who has made the single most thrilling pharmaceutical break through known to humankind. His loyal assistant Nurse Agnose, and a band of kaleidoscopic side show varmints, risks their lives to bring you the astonishing truths about the elixir.

Licensed Bar, Platters, Tables Seating Four, Free Wine…

Don't miss this unique entertainment opportunity!

Doors open 7pm, show 8pm, Tickets $35 (concessions available) phone The Court Theatre 963-0870

ENDS

www.elixirproductions.co.nz

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