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Don't Trust Me, I'm a Dentist

Dr. Ronnie Ramirez takes us on a comical journey of how he became a disillusioned, mentally-unstable dentist whilst his long-suffering loyal nurse Yvette, does her best to keep a level head in this world of supposed professionalism.

This one-act comedy is based on true experiences of co-writer/actor Amir Rahimzadeh in his previous life as a dentist.

Together with Sharon Heywood, the duo from the UK bring their 3rd company production to Australia, where they will multi-role their way through the narrative of a dentist, his nurse, a load of patients and other poor buggers.

See what really happens behind closed surgery doors...

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Dates: Wednesday 18 October 2017 – Sunday 22 October 2017



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