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Draw Me Like One of Your French Girls

Draw Me Like One of Your French Girls (Them Damn Jesters Collective) – COMEDY

BATS Theatre, Cnr Cuba & Dixon Sts, Wellington CBD

9.30pm, 18-20 Feb (60mins)

BOOKINGS: www.bats.co.nz / TICKETS: $16/14/12

Draw Me Like One of Your French Girls is sink or swim comedy. Humbly presenting for you an extensive selection of fresh sketch comedy, raunchy stand up and a friendly young man with out his clothes on for about 10 minutes.


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