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Wellington's Answer to Hi5!


Opening this Wednesday 23 Jan, is Presenting the Tinkles []. This adults only mockumentary is going to be a good'un, and you'll especially enjoy the projections - and so you should! Due to a last minute hitch their amazing producer is battling the wild winds of Wellington flying up to Auckland to retrieve their projector!

The superb Fiona Farrell's play, Ground [], opens this Friday with a camp-ground comedy about the human instinct to protect what's 'yours'.



In this issue:
- Presenting the Tinkles
- Ground
- Win Stuff
- Mental Health Break

Presenting the Tinkles

Season: Wed 23 January - Sat 2 February (no show Sun/Mon)
Time: 8.30pm
Tickets: $18 full / $13 concession & groups 8+

Meet the Tinkles: Dean, Meadow, Miriam and Thom, and follow the group's struggles, from their humble beginnings in a town hall, to the dizzying heights of Good Morning. Facing nepotism, an indecent proposal, a shapely real estate agent… and the introduction of Tinkle number five along the way. Will his creation 'The Tinkles' make it to the top of the charts… or should he just leave it to the Aussies?BOOK NOW []

Ground []

Season: Fri 25th - Sat 2nd February (no show Sun/Mon)
Time: 6.30pm
Tickets: $18 full / $13 concession

by Fiona Farrell
The Quartett Co-Op
Featuring Patrick Davies and Bronwyn Tweddle

Hon and Darl, a typical Kiwi couple, are thrilled to have grabbed
THE perfect site at their favourite holiday park in Central
Otago. But their ecstasy turns to despair when overnight a campervan painted a 'nasty brown with squiggles all over it' moves in and blocks their view. When a friendly request for it to be moved draws no response, Hon and Darl are forced to resort to tougher tactics.BOOK NOW []

Win Stuff []

Win a double pass to the world premiere of Presenting the Tinkles on this Wednesday 23 Jan at 8.30pm. Just tell us the names of all of the Tinkles.

Competition drawn at Wednesday 23 Jan at 3pm.


Mental Health Break

Remember how awesome lego was when you were a young'un? Check this guy out [] - this is dedication!

If lego isn't your style - how about sushi? I love the Japanese sense of humour! This one [] is a bit long, but it's worth it!

To book for any performance at BATS simply email [] 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!


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