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Gorilla Theatre - Join the Revolution!

Join the Revolution!

Tired of Spielberg, Lucas, Tarantino, and their capitalist works? Continuing with their hugely successful 'Wednesdays with WIT' at the Blue Note bar, the Wellington Improv Troupe now brings the people GORILLA THEATRE.

With GORILLA, each night five card-carrying, aspiring directors challenge each other in creating & directing improvised scenes, stories, sagas and perhaps a song.

In the great socialist tradition, YOU the people get to decide which director gets adorned as state champion.

Unpredictable, quality improvised comedy, each night.
Vodka optional.

Gorilla Theatre features the following WIT Comrades: Mark, Ali, Lyndon, Merrilee, Paul, Barry, Simon, Steve, Christine, Kate, Anton and Woody.

What are people saying about WIT's shows?

"Edge-of-your-seat comedy" - TV3 Nightline
"I laughed so hard I couldn't see" - Salient
"Formidable and Funny" -

Wednesdays in September
Tix $8, Doors open at 7:30pm

Blue Note Bar – Cnr Vivian and Cuba Sts


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