Tight five

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Tight five may refer to:

  • The five non-loose forwards (the props, hooker, and locks) in a rugby union scrum
  • The Tight Five, a group of five Māori members of the New Zealand Parliament first elected in 1996
  • Bach Tight 5 a musical project of Canadian heavy metal singer Sebastian Bach
  • A five minute comedy routine, well rehearsed and often consisting of a standup comedian’s best and most widely appealing material. Often delivered when audience response is minimal or possibly for auditions.