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Insect Stages Protest Outside Bats

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Insect Stages Protest Outside Bats
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An insect did indeed stage a protest at BATS.

No! We are not talking about Simon Vincent playing Greg Samsa in the production of Metamorphosis currently showing at BATS, but of the giant Weta that has been spotted not once but three times at the entrance of the theatre during the season.

Spooky !

Maybe he had come down to see what all the buzz was about and loved the show so much he decided to stay or he was trying to suss out the new Front of house manager Debs Rea who joined the BATS family last week or he came by to say good bye to Steph Walker who took off to UK last week to graduate. (she will be back in two weeks ) If you haven't booked your tickets for this highly stylised show yet then hurry as there are only 5 more nights left and tickets are going fast and if you are lucky you might even see the protesting critter.

love BATSxx


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THIS WEEK
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In this issue:
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- METAMORPHOSIS
- WIN STUFF
- MENTAL HEALTH BREAK


METAMORPHOSIS [http://bats.co.nz]
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Written by: Steven Berkoff (from the story by Franz Kafka)

Directed by: Jude Gibson

Season 9- 19 July 7.30pm

"lives up to its name by being an ensemble and by making an impact with a bravura first production" Laurie Atkinson - The Dominion Post

"Kafka transformed into potent theatre" Laurie Atkinson - The Dominion Post BOOK NOW [book@bats.co.nz]


WIN STUFF [http://bats.co.nz]
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The hottest ticket in town at the moment is METAMORPHOSIS and the tickets are selling like hotcakes !

Tell us the names of 3 upcoming shows at BATS Theatre and you could win a double pass for Metamorphosis for Thursday 17 July.

Entries close Wednesday 16 July at 12 noon.ENTER [book@bats.co.nz]


MENTAL HEALTH BREAK
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Even Peugeot is gotta Metamorphe
[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFd9DorwkR8] to get noticed. Check this out.

or

Help save the letter "S"
[http://www.wiiplayable.com/playgame.php?gameid=208] from the boundries of the evil walls. Time is ticking !


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To book for any performances 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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