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I’m Just Here for the Food

I’m Just Here for the Food

CatsOnCrack Productions
Performing at:
The Fringe Bar
26-32 Allen St
February 19th, 21st, 22nd
From 7pm
Koha Donation

Do you hate false sympathy? Do you love asparagus rolls? The first black comedy solo performance by Cats on Crack delivers a biting critique of all things verbally insincere/ irritating. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you might vomit a bit.

Wannabe white-girl rapper Courtney Trigg joins forces with nude snowboarding enthusiast Luke Scott and a large Russian bear to make theatre, so awesome your kidneys will melt. Presenting their Wellington Fringe Festival debut, the black comedy solo “I’m Just Here for the Food”, this duo’s cynicism and revulsion for their audience promises to entertain many and insult many more.

Website: https://www.facebook.com/catsoncrack.nz

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