2012 NZ International Comedy Festival

2012 NZ International

Comedy Festival

This year we are super excited to be a part of the 2012 NZ International Comedy Festival. Nestled in the cleavage of the Comedy Chamber and The Classic, we’ll be right at the heart of the comedy buzz, with shows running in Rangatira, Loft and Vault every night throughout the Festival.

Shows include Festival favourites; Ben Hurley  & Steve Wrigley (NZ), Brendhan Lovegrove (NZ), David O’Doherty (IRE), Anil Desai (UK), Clayton-Carrick Leslie (NZ), Jamie Bowen (NZ), Urzila Carlson (NZ), alongside soon-to-be favourites; Jason Byrne (IRE), Barry Morgan (AUS), Dead Cat Bounce (IRE), Steve Hughes (AU) and many, many more! 

The super popular kids shows are back too; Stand Up For KidsMr. Boon’s Fairy Tales and new addition; Improv For Kids - a great excuse to get those little monsters out of the house on a Saturday!

With our lovely big bar just waiting for you to enjoy, come on down and Get Your Laugh On!

Join the comedy family. Sign up at www.comedyfestival.co.nz

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