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Te Radar's Eating the Dog

When:

Thu 26 Jul 2012, 7:30pm–11:00pm

Where: Piopio Memorial Hall, Cnr Moa St & Weka St, Piopio, Waitomo District

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General admission: $25.00
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Listed by: Ruth Spencer

Te Radar brings his multi award-winning show Eating the Dog to Piopio.

It's the history that history tried to forget - the stories of Te Radar's New Zealand heroes. This show is a fundraiser for Project Piopio's town projects, so come along and support a great cause!

Tickets available from Fat Pigeon Cafe, Moa St, Piopio
or Atkinson and Associates Vets, Piopio and Te Kuiti

Tea, coffee and biscuits at interval included in ticket price - save your change for the raffle!

Eating the Dog is an irreverent look at some of the more notable characters and events from New Zealand's history. Te Radar celebrates the bumblers and the near-do-wells, who personify the archetypal “she’ll be right” spirit that epitomises this country.

With the aid of a visual presentation rich with photographs, maps, and film, the show is a hilarious romp through the pages of our history.

“Plain astonishing... If you don’t choke with laughter you might learn something.” - Waikato Times.
"There’s a trick to getting people laughing about cannibalism... Te Radar’s mastered it." - Taranaki Daily News
“We went out feeling proud to be New Zealanders” - Nelson Daily Mail, July 2009.
“Witty, perceptive, and quite astonishing” - Theatreview, Wellington.

2 hour show + interval.