Tim Batt presents: One-Off Fest 2022

A spectacular evening of premiere live comedy and music. 

$29 - $35 (Service fees may apply)
2.5 Hours (20 Minutes Interval)
Sat 28 May 2022
Sat 28 May, 8pm - 10:30pm

Making up for lost time Tim Batt and 100% Good are bringing together the best comedy and music acts in the city together for a A SERIOUSLY FUN NIGHT OUT at Q.

Top-notch headline acts Guy Montgomery (7Days), Paul Williams (Taskmaster) and incredible musical comedy pop duo Two Hearts (Laura Daniel and Joseph Moore) are joined by the brilliant Courtney Dawson (Māori TV’s Rags are Riches) and hilarious Keegan Govind.

After the laughs, the night kicks into high gear with the chart-topping enemy of landlords everywhere: Dick Move and DJ Matthew Crawley.

If you're outside of Tāmaki Makaurau or otherwise unable to join us live at Q, livestream tickets are available here:

Please note, the livestream is operated independently of Q, by the show's producers. If you have questions or concerns please email

With more acts to be announced soon.


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