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Fresh Pulp Lineup Announced

17 of Wellington's best new comedians have now been confirmed for FRESH PULP, where they will be competing for the chance to trial for TV2's Pulp Comedy.

Up to four FRESH PULP performers will be chosen to go on to the Wellington Pulp Comedy Trials next week, where they'll show their stuff in front of selectors from Phoenix Television and Comedyfest.

Perfomers include: * MC Geoff Simmons * Guy Capper * Jarrod Baker * Rachel Callinan * Ben Easte * Steve Wrigley * Mike RT * Stevie Ray * Fifi Colston * Lorraine Ward * Fergus Aitken * Sean Bennett * Fraser Hoffe * Parekotuku Moore * Sandra Peterson * Thomas McGinty * Jonathan Horner

FRESH PULP Thursday 21 September Indigo Bar and Venue 171 Cuba Street 8:30pm (doors open 8pm) $10 waged / $5 unwaged

For more information contact Sully O'Sullivan on 021 255 2297 or email wgtshowcase@hotmail.com


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