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The Six O’clock Swill – it’s pint sized theatre!

The Six O’clock Swill – it’s pint sized theatre!

6 O’CLOCK - SEPTEMBER 10th, 11th &13th
September means spring, sunshine and the Six O'clock Swill!

The Six O’clock Swill is an exciting seasonal series of plays held at The Mighty Mighty, where two new one act plays are presented for your entertainment – all for the bargain price of $7

Cast: Jennifer Thompson, Jessica Manins & Lucy Edwards

A new comedy directed by Steve Wrigley and Written by Lucy Edwards exclusively for the (new and improved) Six O'clock Swill! An actor's nightmare...two actresses find themselves cast in the play from hell.

Cast: Mary Beth Hawkins & Jo Crilly

Sally is in a bind. A good friend graciously offers to help out, but the price she demands for her services is more than Sally can bear to pay. The play is a comic power scene performed in female Mamet speak.

For only $7 you get two one act plays performed by some of Wellington’s finest talent – all in one of Wellington’s funkiest bars, Mighty Mighty! Also comedian and Billy T nominee Jerome Chandrahasen will also be on hand to dish out the laughs!!

Come on down, grab a pint and enjoy an evening of culture and comedy.

Door Sales Only from 5.30pm


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