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Local Live Laughs in Petone

Local Live Laughs in Petone


The Petone Working Men’s Club brings the funniest comedians from the Hutt Valley and surrounds to be on stage for one night show this August. With a line-up of pro’s and proven up and comers the laughter is sure to be live and plentiful.

Recent arrival to Petone, Vaughan King, will host the night as MC. Coming back straight off a tour of New Zealand tour with Dai Henwood and Ben Hurley he will be looking forward to the reception in his new hometown. Joining him will be an infamous Wellington face from ‘Boy’ and ‘What We do in the Shadows’ Cohen Holloway.

Highlighting the wealth of talent in the region there will be two Hutt Valley comedians, Patch Lambert and Savanna Calton, taking the stage as well. Patch was nominated best newcomer at the most recent New Zealand Comedy Guild Awards.

Winner of the Wellington Raw Competition 2013, Nik Bruce-Smith will round out the line-up bringing his gold medal style to the night.

Live Laughs is on Friday August 22nd 8pm – 10pm at The Petone Working Men’s Club. Tickets are available to all general public for $17.50 and can be purchased from The Club’s reception or online at www.eventbrite.com

WELLINGTON
Dates: Friday 22nd August 8pm
Venue: Petone Working Men’s Club 47 Udy St, Petone, Lower Hutt
Tickets: $17.50
Bookings: https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/live-laughs-comedy-night-tickets-12230992227


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