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24 Hr Improv-a-thon. Comedy With a Cause

24 HR IMPROV-A-THON. Comedy with a Cause.

A 24 hour non-stop spectacle of Improvised Comedy in aid of the 2007 World Vision 40 Hour Famine.

For the first time in New Zealand, the finest improvisors in the country gather on one stage. This time the comedy has a cause. Every single dollar raised will help support World Vision projects in more than 12 countries around the world including Vanuatu, Honduras and Niger.

On the 17th and 18th of March, from 7pm to 7pm, New Zealand's finest improvisers lovingly meddle with that fine line between sleep deprivation and insanity at BATS Theatre. The laughs won't stop and every dollar raised goes directly to 'World Vision.' Stay for an hour or all 24! A great time for a great cause.

Featuring the 'Wellington Improvisation Troupe' 'The Improvisors' 'Joe Impro' and many more. For show times and who is playing when go to: or

SEASON: 7pm Saturday 17th - 7pm Sunday 18th March, BATS Theatre, 1 Kent Terrace

TICKETS: $15 - Primetime shows, $10 - Daytime shows, $5 - Graveyard Shift shows

Stay for the lot with a season pass - $75

See website for show times. Door sales only.


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