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TONIGHT [28/8/14]: The Great Political Comedy Debate

TONIGHT: The Great Political Comedy Debate

It's a night for debating. You could stay home frowning at tonight's Leaders debate, or laugh it up with us at BATS!

Check out our awesome line-up of speakers below, and come along tonight to hear them duke it out about art, politics and everything in between.

Tickets are $25 each and the box office takings will go towards our Fly BATS Home campaign which will help make the refurbished 1 Kent Terrace even more awesome. You can book online here.

The Great Political Comedy Debate is 8.30pm tonight, hosted by James Nokise and produced by BATS Theatre and the No Fefe Collective as part of #RaucousCaucus2014; a new Festival of Political performance.

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