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NZ Premiere of Ramshackle & Kitsch


New Zealand Premiere of Ramshackle & Kitsch at Wellington Fringe
Australian Hit Show Opens Soon!

Ramshackle is an old school detective – a veteran who does what needs to be done to get the right man behind bars.

Kitsch is new on the team – a wide-eyed hipster who is as equally excited about the job as being distracted by puppies wearing shiny collars.

The lovechild of Starsky & Hutch and The Mighty Boosh, Ramshackle & Kitsch is a manic comedy based on audience suggestions and the finest of buddy cop traditions.

Nominated for Best Comedy at Fringe World 2017 (Perth, Australia), and back from a successful tour of Melbourne, Variegated Productions are thrilled to take everyone’s favourite odd couple cops to Wellington.

Creator Libby Klysz says “These two cops are so much fun to play with. I can’t wait to see how they deal with Wellington’s notorious crime scene- I’ve seen Police Ten 7.”

She will be joined with co-conspirators St John Cowcher and Shane Adamczak (international juggernaut The Ballad of Frank Allen), Bri Williams (Network Ten’s The Bachelor Unpacked)

plus a line-up of Wellington’s funniest actors including Jen O’Sullivan (Awkward Threesome NZ Fringe Tastiest Show 2016), Matt Powell (WIT, Court Jesters) and Jonny Paul.

“There’s a lot of joy in the rehearsal room. Total bad-ass action joy.”

A cool live band will be providing an essential soundtrack to this crime friendships caper.

From the teams that brought you multi award nominated The Ballad of Frank Allen and The Man and The Moon, and perennial impro comedy favourites The Big HOO-HAA!, come see the best in the business save you from whatever is waiting for us.

When: Sunday 18 March- Wednesday 21 March, 9pm
Where: BATS Theatre, 1 Kent Tce, Wellington
Tickets: $20/ $15/ $14 bats.co.nz or call (04) 802 4175


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