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Very Serious Comedy II

Very Serious Comedy II

Since receiving their first hit of Very Serious Comedy on August 2nd, audiences have been clamouring for another highly addictive but figure-enhancing dose of New Zealand standup comedy.

Wellington punters can rest assured that a fresh fix of Very Serious Comedy is being cooked up at Indigo on Wednesday August 16th.

This show will be a bumper edition of VSC, with 8 acts appearing on stage for your audio visual pleasure including fresh shipments of comedy from two of Auckland's most respected comedy pushers in the shape of Billy T Award Nominees Big Jon Stubbs and The Radar.

Local product will be also be well represented by the likes of Wellington's Matthew Hegan, Cathie Sheat, Caroline Waltz, Paora Ropata (all of whom appeared in the latest season of TV's Pulp Comedy) and more...

very serious comedy Wednesday 16 August featuring

Big Jon Stubbs Radar Matthew Hegan Paora Ropata Caroline Waltz Cathie Sheat and more….

8:30pm (8pm door) $5(unwaged) $10(waged)

Contact: Jarrod Baker Sully O'Sullivan 025 748 418 021 255 2297

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