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We got wind

4th December 2006

Kia ora all!

Turbine, has kicked off with a hiss and a roar! Awesome reviews and booked out shows prove what we already knew - SEEyD shows are a must see! (Forgive the pun, I couldn't resist).

"With Turbine, SEEyD once again blows a welcome gust of fresh, stimulating air through Wellington theatre." Laurie Atinkson, The Dominion Post.
"Big ups. Never a dull moment." Mary Anne Bourke, www.theatreview.co.nz

Seats are booking up very quickly for this show so make sure you don't miss out!
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Who's got wind? We do!

Love BATSxxxx


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Summer is here - to book for any performance at BATS, email us at 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!

Turbine
30 November - Sat 16 December
8pm
$20 full / $12 concession & groups 10+ (no show Sun/Mon)

"We're the Saudi Arabia of wind"
- Mark Lachlan
The controversial issue of wind farming provides the backdrop for The SEEyD Theatre Company's sixth play TURBINE.

Mark Lachlan from the electricity company visits the self-sufficient Gusten household in Ohaunui to complete his consultation process before seventy turbines are erected in their 'backyard'. At first the family are united in their opposition to the project, but a family secret, erotic fiction, an autistic son, global warming and a most unlikely love story combine to crack their resolve.

Over three months SEEyD has researched, devised and written a local comedy that explores a complex global issue. What happens when a company that's doing everything it can to save the environment can't reconcile with an already environmentally conscious family?

"Power, speed, economy; blades cutting up, transforming nothing - wind - into power; into heat and light, sending energy into the heart of this beautiful land."

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