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Back of the Bus in Wellington

A site-specific tour of Wellington in motion

Back of the Bus is coming back to Wellington from 9-12 April before going to Edinburgh in August.

Come ride on a bus through Wellington as dancers propel themselves along the aisles and hang from the roof. Physical comedy, pure kinetic energy and outrageous scenarios combine to create a magical mystery tour. Fresh from sell out seasons at 11 Australasian arts festivals. 5 stars (Adelaide)

“Loved the show last night –I felt like a kid at a candy store full of wonder and excitement!”

Watch out for Java’s Edinburgh BOOSTED campaign in April.

Meeting Point: Circa Theatre Foyer

Dates and Times: Wednesday 9th April 6.45pm and 8.15pm Thursday 10th April & Friday 11 April 7pm, 8.45pm Saturday 11th April 5.30pm, 7pm, 8.45pm

Prices: Adult $35 Concession $28

Bookings: www.circa.co.nz

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