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    • Waiting
      • 28 Jul 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • An evocative coming-of-age story that celebrates beat poetry delivered through physical grace. Written and performed by Shadon Meredith, 'Waiting' is a letter to his son, journeying through his life and breaking down the human condition of waiting.

    • One Act/Play
      • 9 Jul 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • Four actors, one act, no script. In One Act/Play, the Locomotive team creates a unique, improvised play for you, right now. Will it be touching? Hilarious? Dramatic and heartfelt? Very likely, but you’ll only find out by being there.

    • Fresh Off The Page
      • 7 Jul 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • Live script-reading: 'Fox and Melon Princess’ by Sachie Mikawa - A girl born out of a giant melon, a modern-day woman and a fox in search of “Incandescent” lights collide when a horrific event repeats across time and space.

    • Noho
      • 5 Jul 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • The teaching of New Zealand’s own history has long been neglected. Noho seeks to tautoko authentic stories from Aotearoa’s history so we can learn from our past rather than hide from it.

    • Dying Swanologues
      • 5 Jul 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • Welcome to the wonderful world of Adult Ballet. Dying Swanologues follows the journey of five mature bunheads. Ranging in age from 22-62, five dancers are brought together by their need to feel and express themselves through music.Together they dance

    • Late Night Knife Fight
      • 2 Jul 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • Late Night Knife Fight is the monthly improv battle where three teams face off in a fight for glory, honour, and the audience's favour. The winner returns in the headline spot next month; the losers wail and gnash their teeth.

    • Doom & Bloom: Cockatrice
      • 2 Jul 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • When comedy duo Doom & Bloom combine audience members' stories and brings them to life, there's no telling what the resulting hybrid will be — other than the unexpected, hilarious, and quite possibly touching.

    • Windswept Poetry Slam
      • 1 Jul 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • Two qualifying slams. Six spots at the regional finals up for grabs. 5 random audience judges. Who wins? You decide! (Koha Entry)

    • Tiny Dog
      • 1 Jul 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • Each month, Te Whanganui-a-Tara’s fierce new improv company Tiny Dog will be bringing you fast and loose improvised comedy. Come along for a night of some of Wellington’s most top-of-their-game comedians at their most silly.

    • An Honest Conversation
      • 1 Jul 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • 40 year old choreographer Sacha Copland will talk and dance with a new chatty artist each night. They will talk while dancing for 1 hour. They will try to be honest.

    • Shakedown Aotearoa
      • 28 Jun 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • A collaboration of voices shaking up Shakespeare. Inspired by the themes of Twelfth Night, rangatahi from four Wellington Colleges unite to create a work exploring mental health, gender, relationships and shipwrecks.

    • Too Much Hair
      • 24 Jun 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • A new musical cabaret about gender euphoria for Thems, Femmes, Mens and everyone in-between.

    • He Maori?
      • 21 Jun 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • What it means to be both the coloniser and the colonised. A fun, quirky and thought-provoking journey of self-identity. He Māori? He aha? Is he?

    • Badong
      • 21 Jun 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • A brand new hour of laughs from one of NZ's top comedians about growing up and finding joy in adulthood.

    • Motif: Team Slam
      • 20 Jun 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • Poetical, theatrical and oh so competitive. Wellington’s first team slam is going to be fierce. Teams of four from across pōneke will slam it out to win the title. Each team will perform 4 poems (both team poems and single poet poems) in typical slam

    • One Act/Play
      • 14 Jun 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • Four actors, one act, no script. In One Act/Play, the Locomotive team creates a unique, improvised play for you, right now. Will it be touching? Hilarious? Dramatic and heartfelt? Very likely, but you’ll only find out by being there.

    • The Final Hours Hour
      • 14 Jun 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • The world has ended, and one lone soul surviving in a bunker broadcasts a show to anyone who might be listening across the very dead air. A solo comedy play about loneliness, apocalypse and the things we do to counteract them both. Also: onions.

    • Matenui
      • 10 Jun 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • Kitchen sink drama set in 1970’s Aotearoa seethes and explodes like a domestic opera, up against a backdrop of one of the most turbulent times in our country's history.

    • Bodgie
      • 10 Jun 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • Wellington, 1956. Youth in Revolt. Welcome to the world of misfits, outcasts, juvenile delinquents, sexual immorality & the birth of Rock and Roll.

    • The Adults Are Talking
      • 7 Jun 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • 2002. Wellington. Student politics. President Sasha just wants certain, safe trips home at night. The only issue is — she needs a majority vote from the exec — a "Boy's Club".

    • Fresh Off The Page
      • 4 Jun 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • Contemporary Asian plays hot off the press, performed in a series of free play readings by Pōneke-based artists. This month we present a reading of "Marvel or DC" written by Dylan Mathew Prasad Menon and directed by Sameena Zehra.

    • Late Night Knife Fight
      • 28 May 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • Late Night Knife Fight is the monthly improv battle where three teams face off in a fight for glory, honour, and the audience's favour. The winner returns in the headline spot next month; the losers wail and gnash their teeth.

    • Tiny Dog
      • 27 May 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • Each month, Te Whanganui-a-Tara’s fierce new improv company Tiny Dog will be bringing you fast and loose improvised comedy. Come along for a night of some of Wellington’s most top-of-their-game comedians at their most silly.

    • For By Four
      • 25 May 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • Four flawless solos that each reflect the choreographer's singular creative voice. This programme promises an intimate view of Aotearoa's emergent choreographic landscape.

    • H.y.p.e vol. 2
      • 18 May 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • H.Y.P.E VOL 2 is a reimagined contemporary dance work of H.Y.P.E (How You Perceive Energy) from UKU’s sold out season at the NZ Fringe Festival. This work will take you on a journey through extreme physicality and subtlety whilst exploring different

    • Bunny
      • 17 May 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • Multi-award-winning comedian and theatre maker Barnie Duncan burrows into the specific freedom a dance floor at 3am can bring to a human, whilst examining the grief he felt losing his mother right before making the show. Is he dealing, or escaping?

    • Surprise! Goodbye!
      • 11 May 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • Liz and Ben are saying goodbye, for now. And to help send them off, they’ll be surprise-joined by some of Pōneke’s best improvisers for a once-in-a-lifetime improv show.

    • Jez and Jace
      • 30 Apr 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • Bring your Speights and your mates for this fucking banger of a show. Jez & Jace will take you on a journey through the highs and lows of a white bogan’s life. Featuring performances from Nina Hogg, Megan Connolly and directed by Austin Harrison.

    • (CANCELLED) Dr Drama Makes a Show With You
      • 30 Apr 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • Learn about the social origins of dramatic performance, browse Dr Drama’s collection of theatre programmes, and collaborate with fellow audience members to create your own unique performance. A fun and highly interactive theatre experience.

    • Late Night Knife Fight
      • 30 Apr 2022
      • Bats Theatre
      • Late Night Knife Fight is the monthly improv battle where three teams face off in a fight for glory, honour, and the audience's favour. The winner returns in the headline spot next month; the losers wail and gnash their teeth.

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