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Tim Batt

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Tim Batt is sick of the world's shit. So he's running for office. What office? It doesn't matter. What matters is you joining the revolution. Happiness, liberty and psychedelic drug experiences for all.

"A fresh kind of comedy that nabs the intellectualness a lot of today's comedians miss" ★★★★★ – Keeping Up With NZ

"A fucking shitstorm of laughs" ★★★★★   – Craccum

"Opinions are on par with George Carlin and Bill Hicks, but… with youthful and almost optimistic exuberance" – Theatre Scenes

2x Billy T nominee (2014 & 2015)

The Thursday 5 May, 8.30pm show in Auckland will be interpreted into NZ Sign Language for the Deaf community by an iSign NZSL Interpreter.

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Tim Batt is sick of the world's shit. So he's running for office. What office? It doesn't matter. What matters is you joining the revolution. Happiness, liberty and psychedelic drug experiences for all.

"A fresh kind of comedy that nabs the intellectualness a lot of today's comedians miss" ★★★★★ – Keeping Up With NZ

"A fucking shitstorm of laughs" ★★★★★   – Craccum

"Opinions are on par with George Carlin and Bill Hicks, but… with youthful and almost optimistic exuberance" – Theatre Scenes

2x Billy T nominee (2014 & 2015)

Please note: The show on Thursday 28 April in Wellington will no longer be interpreted into NZ Sign Language by an iSign NZSL Interpreter.

VoteBatt.com

Facebook/TimBatt

@Tim_Batt

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  • Auckland Shows
  • Wellington Shows

Ticket prices

Full Price $20.00
Concession $15.00
Cheap Wednesday $16.00

*service fee may apply

Duration

1 hour.

No wheelchair access.

Contains frequent coarse language.

R16

Ticket prices

Full Price $20.00
Concession $15.00
Cheap Wednesday $16.40

*service fee may apply

Duration

1 hour.

Contains frequent coarse language.

R16
R18 unless with a parent or legal guardian.

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Reviews

"Personal stories align neatly with his policy platforms, weaving together in a way that is both hilarious and insightful. - Simon Howard, Theatreview.org.nz
"...a thoroughly enjoyable romp, made more so by the quickness of the material and the comic delivering it." - Robert Kelly, Scoop
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