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It’s Official - Kim Dotcom Joins the MegaChristmas Party


It’s Official -
The Most Wanted Man On The Net Is Coming To The Megachristmas Party!

All our Christmas' have come at once here at The Basement.

It is our pleasure to announce that Kim Dotcom will be playing the role of Santa in MEGACHRISTMAS.

We met Kim at the Franklin Road lights on Friday night and he got in touch with us yesterday to say he had read the script and loved it.

"This stuff is hilarious, count me in" - Kim Dotcom

After weeks of tweeting, letter writing, stalking and rehearsing a Kim Dotcom look-a-like...

We have finally found our Santa Claus.

Kim Dotcom stars with a rotating cast including: SHANE CORTESE, JACINDA ADERN, KIMBERLEY CROSSMAN, MICHAEL HURST, DAVID FARRIER, OLIVER DRIVER, BETH ALLEN, PUA MAGISIVA, MIA BLAKE, SIOBHAN MARSHALL, FASITUA AMOSA, NIC SAMPSON, HARRY MCNAUGHTON, MICK INNES, BRONWYN BRADLEY, CAMERON RHODES, MICHELE BLUNDELL, YVETTE PARSONS, THOMAS SAINSBURY, DEAN CAMPBELL, SAM BUNKALL plus heaps more!!

12-22 December 2012 8PM | The Basement Theatre, Lower Greys Avenue, CBD
Tickets: $35*service fee may apply www.iticket.co.nz or 09 361 1000


Megachristmas is part of a fundraiser to renovate the Basement foyer and soundproof the theatre.
For more information or to make a pledge go to www.pledgeme.co.nz/basement
www.basementtheatre.co.nz



[Photo: Kim Dotcom with Megachristmas writers Barnaby Fredrick and Nic Sampson]

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