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Seducer of Women


Swashbuckling and seduction on stage! A Renaissance Man brings the life and times of John Donne to the stage with a world premiere on this Thursday 10 Jan.

Does Helen Clark want or need a young lover? Find out at On the Conditions and Possibilities of Helen Clark Taking me as Her Young Lover opening next Tuesday 15 Jan.

Our heartiest thanks to those marvelous people who helped over maintenance week - hurrah for air conditioning and a brand new stage floor!

xxxBATS


_A Renaissance Man
Season: Thu 10 – Sat 19 January (no show Sun/Mon)
Time: 7.00pm
Tickets: $18 full / $13 concession & groups 6+
By Simon Vincent
Directed by David Lawrence.The Bacchanals present A Renaissance Man by Simon Vincent. This is a Historical Fairy-Tale inspired by the poetry of John Donne- seducer, poet, duellist and preacher. This Swashbuckling adventure-comedy will bring some of the most dramatic poetry in the English language to the BATS stage.
Competition
Congratulations to Steve Dean who won the Renaissance Man Competition before Christmas!
BOOK NOW or READ MORE


_On the conditions and possibilities of Helen Clark taking me as Her Young Lover
Season: Tues 15 – Sat 19 January
Time: 9.30pm
Tickets: $16 full / $13 concession
By Geoff Pinfield & Arthur Meek (NZ)
An anarchic, incisive, state-of-the-nation address for the Rogernomics generation.
Based on Richard Meros' book of the same name, adapted for the stage by Geoff Pinfield (Happy Hour for Miserable Children) and Arthur Meek.
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_Win Stuff
Win a double pass to the world premiere of A Renaissance Man on this Thursday 10 Jan at 7pm. Just tell us whose poetry inspires the play.
Competition drawn at Wednesday 9 Jan at 3pm.
Congratulations to Poolee who won a double pass, BATS Tee and two house drinks at the Pit Bar at the end of 2007!
_ENTER NOW or READ MORE


_Mental Health Break
How many five year olds could you take in a fight? Click here to find out. The current BATS stats are as follows:
Mia - 14
Anneliese - 23
Clare - 22
Libby - 23


BOOK NOW
To book for any performance at BATS simply email book@bats.co.nz with your name, number of tickets and date you wish to attend. We will reply to confirm your booking and you can pay when you come to the show. Splendid!


ENDS

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