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Pulp Comedy VI Preliminary Wellington Trials

"Fresh Pulp" - Pulp Comedy VI Preliminary Wellington Trials

Media Release 4 September 2000


So you think you're funny?

All comedians are invited to apply for a spot in "FRESH PULP"...

It doesn't matter whether you've performed 1 time, 1000 times, or never at all. The producers of TV2's Pulp Comedy are on the hunt for performers who've got what it takes to join the prestigious list of past Pulp Comedians.

Apply for a spot in FRESH PULP and you could find yourself amongst the chosen few...

"FRESH PULP" will be staged at Indigo Bar & Venue, 171 Cuba St, Wellington on Thursday September 21st. Successful 'Rookies' will go on to display their wares in front of the PULP COMEDY VI selectors with the chance of making their television debut on the long-running local showcase.

Spots are limited and applicants must be available to perform on September 21st (and September 20th if numbers require) as well as at "PULP TRIALS 2000" held in Wellington on the 28th and 29th of September. Applicants must also be available for Pulp Comedy VI filming at The Classic Comedy Bar in Auckland on the 3rd & 4th, or 17th & 18th of November.

Applications must be received by September 13.

For more information contact: Sully O'Sullivan very serious productions (04) 389 0491

Fresh Pulp - presented by very serious productions in conjunction with comedyfest.

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