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Batman - An Adult Panto! @ Sidewalk Hanoi

Tay Ho Communty Theatre are proud to present our first ever Pantomime/ Musical Production- Batman!

We have been working hard all summer to bring you a Comic based comedy of your favorite super hero’s and villains. Panto one-liners and fantastic acting- but not for the faint hearted - Its strictly 18+ !

Friday night tickets will get exclusive 50% off at The Spot! The next day

Saturday night tickets will get you into our exclusive Superhero Costume party - where there will be a prize for our best audience member in costume.

Proceeds from ticket sales will support Blossom House and Humanitarian Services for Children in Vietnam.

 

Saturday, 7 September

9:00pm - 1:00am

Sidewalk Hanoi | 123 Au Co, Hanoi

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