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Shortland Street victim at BATS !


Shortland Street victim at BATS !

She was last seen on the screens being strangled by the Shortland Street serial killer and now she’s at BATS Theatre with Fingerprints & Teeth Productions bringing you the Double Bill of “The Mall and LUV” for one week only.

It’s been a case guessing which TV shows the other actors have been on. We’re talking Outrageous Fortune, Mercy Peak, Amazing Extraordinary Friends, Shortland Street and I heard that one of them was even in The World’s Fastest Indian with Anthony Hopkins!

Having written and directed 11 plays in the last 2 years, Thomas Sainsbury has another 7 plays he plans to get into production and is hailed as the hottest and youngest playwright provoking audiences with his dysfunctional characters and dark comedy. Check out more about Thomas Sainsbury here.

The Pit Bar will be open during the week for scrabble on Tuesday night and other exciting happenings. check out the Pit's myspace for updates soon.

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