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Conversations With My Penis

Conversations With My Penis

Conversations With My Penis - the hit new play from Dean Hewison (Live at Six, How To Meet Girls From A Distance) is opening at Wellington's BATS Theatre on Wednesday April 30th for the Comedy Festival. It's a touching 2-hander about a man (Richard Falkner) and his life-long love/hate relationship with his penis (Sam Hallahan). It's the ultimate bromance, played out as a buddy-comedy with heaps of funny and a fair serving of heart too.

The show is on in Wellington for FOUR nights only - Wednesday till Saturday. You can book at http://bats.co.nz/shows/conversations-with-my-penis/ Tickets are $20, but groups of 6+ get in for only $15 each!

Auckland audiences can see it at the Basement Theatre 6 - 10 May.

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