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Love Me Tinder - Season Extended by Popular Demand!!!

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SHOW EXTENDED BY POPULAR DEMAND

Click-Clack Productions presents:
LOVE ME TINDER - SEASON EXTENDED BY POPULAR DEMAND!!!
By Stephen Sinclair (Ladies Night, The Sex Fiend, The Bach) and Friends.
Directed by Stephen Sinclair

Following a sell-out season, Click-Clack Productions is offering four more nights of the hit comedy musical, at the Freida Margolis on 3rd and 4th December and the Classic Comedy Bar on the 13th and 14th December.

Starring Jennifer Austin, Stephen Lunt and Mel Bailey, Love Me Tinder is a comedy musical for anyone with a smart phone and an open heart. Offering a hilarious perspective on the path of love in the age of Tinder, this show returns due to popular demand

Following a sell-out at the Auckland Live’s International Cabaret Season last year, Love Me Tinder has been rewritten and developed to include all original songs, including the suave seductive lyrics of local rap sensation Melvin Bailey AKA Kloos.

Love Me Tinder is the story of Zoe and Daren who meet on the ubiquitous dating site. They are compatible in so many ways, but the very app that has brought them together offers on-going temptations that threaten to tear them apart. This is the show that lets the audience witness at close hand the train wreck of a Tinder date going disastrously off the rails!

"If you want your life to be a cabaret then create one of your own. Thanks to technology and social media, we live in a world of never-ending novelty. Don't like the film you're watching or the song you're playing? Click yourself another. Don't like your friends? Unlike them on Facebook, ghost them into oblivion and get 1000 more. Don't like your partner?
Download the app and find someone hunkier/slimmer/older/younger/more intelligent/more compatible.

"It's an endless variety show for a world with a short concentration span - especially when it comes to relationships. Swipe right and embrace the brave new world of Tinder!"
Stephen Sinclair.

Love me Tinder plays:
The Freida Margolis
Richmond Rd, Auckland
3rd and 4th December at 8pm.

The Classic Comedy Bar
Queen St, Auckland.
13th and 14th December at 8pm.

BOOKINGS at www.undertheradar.co.nz

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