Harry Thompson-Cook has written Kid Crash City much like Shakespeare wrote Hamlet. Both gripping dramas portraying the futility of youth, full to the brim with tales of love and betrayal, and both written by bonafide LADS who probably received far too much praise in their early childhoods.

If you’re looking for effortless observational humour, sharp wit and a show that will stay with you for years to come, get your ticket to watch this kid be just as surprised as you if that ends up being his show.


PLEASE NOTE // R16, may contain adult themes and colourful language.


You obviously have good taste, so you should definitely check out some more live comedy in the 2019 NZ International Comedy Festival with Best Foods Mayo from 2 – 26 May. Discover the other shows on offer at comedyfestival.co.nz