Tuesday to:
28 Feb
Saturday
04 Mar

Venue Location

85 Garnet Rd, Westmere, Auckland 1022

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Prices

STANDARD:

FULL
$25.00
CONCESSION Student ID required
$20.00

Timing

Running Time: 60 minutes

Venue Location

85 Garnet Rd, Westmere, Auckland 1022

Discounts

Two for One

Receive 50% off 2 tickets when entering your unique pre-issued promo code. Available on 28 Feb - 2 Mar (Tue, Wed & Thu) shows only.

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2.50%
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$1.50

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eTicket
free
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From Australasia's number 1 Trump impersonator (as seen on TVNZ's Breakfast, TV3's Story, and The Wall Street Journal) comes something completely different!

The Marquis de Sade was a pornographer and philosopher during the French Revolution: the word sadism comes from his name. Imprisoned for half his life, writing horrific books that would change society forever, you'd think he wouldn't have had a sense of humour. This show proves you wrong!

Set in his prison cell at The Bastille Fortress, Sade is allowed guests for the first time in a decade. Enter in, take a seat, and meet the man himself. Filled with stories, hilarious action, and incredible audience interaction, this will be the surprise hit of the Fringe.

From the guy behind 'The President'.

 ". . . comedic genius . . . " 
Regional News

". . . bespoke, artisan comedy."
 Wellington Reviews

"Sparrow brings de Sade back to life."
 Dominion Post

". . . lots of fun, and the audience participation (was) hilarious."
Kiwiblog


Please note:
Contains nudity and adult themes.

 




 

Presented as part of Auckland Fringe festival from 21st February - 12th March 2017.  
For the full programme visit www.aucklandfringe.co.nz

 

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