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Goonies Steal Ladder!

Goonies Steal Ladder!

Our ladder went goonies style past the window of The Pit Bar on Saturday night. What followed was a classic knees up chase down Courtenay place ending with an 'allo allo allo, what 'ave we 'ere then?' Big ups to Kieran (you know who you are) who rescued Anneliese's priceless tool from the would be thieves and saved the day.

We have a double shot of theatre caffeine this week - here's the review buzz:

Burnt Coffee: '(David) Lawrence and all three actors navigate the multiple dimensions with wit and skill ....'- Theatreview [http://www.theatreview.org.nz/reviews/review.php?id=1480]

Guardians: 'Damon Andrews has kept the production spare, direct and totally gripping.' - The Dominion Post [http://www.theatreview.org.nz/reviews/review.php?id=1486]

"...I recommend making a night of it and seeing both.' - Theatreview [http://www.theatreview.org.nz/reviews/review.php?id=1480]

xxxBATS

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THIS WEEK AT BATS
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Guardians [http://www.bats.co.nz/plays/08/guardians.html] ---- Season: Tue 27 May - Wed 11 June Time: 8.30pm Tickets: $20 full/ $13 concession / $15 groups 10+

Two stories. One War. Many truths.

Dumb American Girl becomes the world's scapegoat when photographs of prisoner abuse from Abu Ghraib are finally revealed. Savvy English Boy tries to advance his journalism career by manufacturing similar photographs and causes a tabloid sensation.

He's exposed as a fake. She goes to prison. Somewhere in between lies the beginnings of the truth.

Starring Heather O'Carroll (The Country) and Sam Snedden (The Hollow Men). Directed by Damon Andrews (Wheeler's Luck)

BOOK NOW [book@bats.co.nz]


Burnt Coffee [http://www.bats.co.nz/plays/08/burnt-coffee.html] ---- Season: Thurs 29 May - Wed 11 June Time: 6.30pm Tickets: $15 full / $12 concession & groups 9+ "Has your love gone sick and wrong?"From Charlotte Simmonds, the writer of Arctic-Antarctic and Nohome Neville, and David Lawrence, the director of King Lear and Deliver Us, comes an astonishing new and sociopathic play about disillusionment with twenty-first century ideology.

Starring Alex Greig as Jason, the jittery and highly confused insomniac husband of Raghed, a beautiful Jordanian dwarf. The couple's therapist, Katrina, is unprofessional and unscrupulous, treating them both individually and toying with their emotions as if they were puppets.No one will escape intact.BOOK NOW [book@bats.co.nz]


Friday at The Pit Bar
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Don't worry the neighbours!

This Friday 6 June The Concerned Residents are in The Pit Bar from 10.30pm, weaving a magic spell of folk, blues and jammed out rock.


Mental Health Break
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Aching Salsa feet].

Want a special de-motivator
[http://www.despair.com/viewall.html]of your very own]

Have you come across a video clip or website that keeps you sane at work] and we might pop it in a future BATSmail.


To book for any performance at BATS simply email book@bats.co.nz [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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