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The Extraordinary General Meeting

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For anyone who works in an office...

1. Do you work in an office?
2. Are you curious as to what goes on in an office?

If you answered yes to either of these questions, then you need to see The Extraordinary General Meeting. Send a memo to everyone not loitering around the water cooler and brush up on your mindbendingly boring marketing lingo!

These Melburnian performers and writers – Sarah Brewin, Michael Kalenderian, Andy Matthews, Eden Porter and Joshua Porter –  are bringing you a show that's "frantic, sharp and very, very funny". Their debut performance at last year's Melbourne Fringe Festival was a sell-out, so be quick and get your tickets now.

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By Rachel Camilleri   |  

The Extraordinary General Meeting details

Address
17-23 Wills St, Melbourne 3000

Transport
Nearby Stations: Flagstaff

Price $16.00 to $20.00

Date 12 Apr 2012-22 Apr 2012

Open Mon-Tue 6pm Thu-Sat 6pm Sun 5pm

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