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Anarchic Play Proposes Drastic Action For PM

Anarchic Play Proposes Drastic Action For Current Govt

The National Party can and will form the next government, unless drastic action is taken. Miss Clark, I AM that drastic action'

Hey friends!

This email is to announce the premiere season of On the Conditions and Possibilities of Helen Clark Taking Me as Her Young Lover , an anarchic, incisive theatrical lecture in which the overeducated, underachieving Richard Meros makes a very public pass at our beautiful Prime Minister.

Come for the logic, stay for the scones.

Adapted by Arthur Meek and Geoff Pinfield from the book of the same name by Richard Meros, the lecture is performed by Arthur ( The Lonesome Buckwhips, The Hollow Men) and directed by Geoff (Happy Hour for Miserable Children , Maui - One Man Against the Gods)

It starts at BATS this Tuesday 15th- Saturday 19th, at 9.30pm. Tickets are $16/$13

One lucky person can win a double pass to any night in the season simply by sending an email to

with the most lyrical description of Helen Clark's eyes. The competition closes Sunday 13th January at high noon, with the winner contacted that evening. Good luck.


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