IT'S punchy and politically incorrect.
Batman and Robin from 1966 are back, this time at a bar, made more palatable washed down with a couple of cold ones.
Played by Armidale's Andrew O'Connell and Jobi-Zane Pixus Strike, the pair will bring 'small-t-theatre' to Tamworth's Welder's Dog.
"We've been looking for ways to do small-t-theatre, rather than in an actual theatre we wanted to make it accessible by performing at a bar and just having fun with it," Pixus Strike said.
"We've basically just printed out the screen play of the 1966 Batman film and it's a live-action performance.
"It's politically incorrect and so wrong because it's written in the 60's, even though it was serious at the time it's hilarious now."
The duo are backed up Alex Evans as the rogues gallery, playing The Joker, Catwoman and a host of other ring-ins.
The show sold-out in Armidale, O'Connell known for his dramatic flair and Pixus Strike for her affinity with playing male characters, like mullet man Dale Dalefish Rebecchi Stone.
"Look if you're good at it, why do anything else?" Pixus Strike said.
"I play Robin and he is a bit weird, he's a young dude living and working alongside an old dude like Batman.
"He thinks the world of Batman, I just perform him as he is in the film - except as a big girl playing him.
"There are similarities between Batman and Robin and me and Andrew, he's very much an all-out ideas man and I'm always there for the ride to provide back up as needed."
The pair have known each other for six years and have done a number of comedic duos.
Alex Evans was brought on to play the supporting characters and Pixus Strike is continually impressed with him.
"He is phenomenal, he brings so many different evil characters to life in a way you have to see to believe," she said.
"I think this sounds ridiculous but literally anyone who grew up watching the 60's batman TV series or film will enjoy it.
"But also younger generations who watched The Dark Knight or Tim Burton, it's ageless."
The show is at Welder's Dog Tamworth, September 14 at 8pm. Tickets are $10 at the door.