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Ted Talks Crimes - Presented by TAHI Festival 2021

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Ted is a criminal. Ted likes to teach. Ted. Talks. Crimes.

Learn how to do crimes like the pros with science-based, tried, true and tested techniques for committing crimes and getting away with it. For everything from mastering disguise to the importance of lettuce, Ted will teach it all. Experience and watch real-life examples, take pop quizzes, and earn your certificate in criminology. By the end of the talk, you will be fully prepared to begin your journey to the top of the criminal underworld.

The award-winning Dastardly Productions brings yet another absurd and joyous comedy to BATS Theatre. It’s The Godfather on speed. An epic crime caper for the ages!

Contains: smoke, loud noises, allusions to violence.

TAHI FESTIVAL
A celebration of solo performance, TAHI is a five-day Festival 19-23 October at BATS Theatre dedicated to showcasing the finest and most engaging solo theatre from all around Aotearoa.

19-23 October 2021 | BATS Theatre, 1 Kent Tce, Wellington
@tahifestivalnz | #TAHI2021

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