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Bat Treat: re-worked, re-cast, Little Che returns


Kia ora All,

Boy do we have a treat for you! The much anticipated re-worked, re-cast, re-turn season of LITTLE CHE rocks into BATS this week for 11 shows only. It is already booking fast so hit reply now for your ticket to socialism South American style.

Little Che 15 - 26 October [no show Sunday] 8pm $18 Waged / $12 Concession and Groups 10+

The smash hit sellout of 2001 is careering back into BATS on a nationwide tour, and you don¹t want to have to tell people you missed this one again! Join Paolo Rotondo (Stickmen, The Ugly, Never Never), Eryn Wilson (Shortland St, Spin Doctors, Marathon) and director Andrew Foster (When Sun and Moon Collide, Trouble Theatre, One Flew Over the Cuckoo¹s Nest) as they once again bring life to a 20yr old Che Guevara and his friend Alberto.

The year is 1951 and the two medical students have fixed up ŒLa Poderosa¹ (the powerful one), an old Norton 500cc motorbike. Their mission is to discover South America on a quest for adventure, or maybe just the next free glass of wine.

³Hitting the road with Che and Alberto, two lovable rogues seeking the holy grail of wine, women and wild times, is a riot² The Listener

³Little Che is witty, original and enormously entertaining. And - a great plus - it never takes itself terribly seriously.² NZ Herald


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