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Irish Comedian Michael Smiley In Wellington

Comedy Craze in association with very serious productions present

Michael Smiley
and local guests

All the way from Belfast via London comes Ireland’s critically acclaimed Michael Smiley. Having performed at major festivals all round the world Smiley brings his Irish story-telling wit to Wellington for one night only.

Smiley, one of the most sought after hosts and feature acts on both the Irish and English comedy circuits, will be performing at Selby’s Sports Café in Porirua on January 20. Smiley’s arrival is cause for celebration as he becomes the first international act to appear at Wellington’s number one comedy venue.

Local comedians opening for Smiley will include veterans of TV2’s Pulp Comedy
MC Paora Ropata and Michael Shadbolt.

Tickets are available from the venue at the special celebratory price of $10.

For more information contact Sully O’Sullivan email:

Michael Smiley and Guests

8pm, Saturday 20 January 2001
Selby’s Sports Café
Serlby Place, Porirua

All Tickets $10
presales available from the venue or ph 238-2496

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