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Absurdities

Absurdities
short theatre by Rudimentary Entertainment
Eight short, snappy plays by Michael Pohl. Something to amuse and perplex you between the shows over at BATS Theatre. Wander over to Understudy Bar and see what’s behind the curtain!

Dates: Feb 14, 15 (Fri, Sat) and 21, 22 (Fri, Sat)
Times: Two 10 minute shows a night – one at 7.30pm, one at 9pm
Place: Understudy at BATS Theatre, on the corner of Cuba and Dixon Streets
Entry by koha
No need to book – feel free to reserve a spot by contacting us and we’ll save you a seat.

http://tinyplays.blogspot.co.nz

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