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Naked Samoans: The Trilogy

Mrs Armstrong and her amazing Naked Samoans present

Naked Samoans

The Trilogy

In the beginning…they were unemployed.

Now they’re unemployed and have kids to feed.

Dave Fane, Oscar Kightley, and their lesser known but better looking mates Shimpal Lelisi, Mario Gaoa and Iaheto Ah Hi, are back for a farewell reunion show. The whole epic trilogy.

All three of their sell-out shows come together in one K-Tel kamikaze comedy. It’s like South Park but set in Auckland with a cast of desperate islanders. It’s like Lord of the Rings but with taller people. You’ve seen it all before, now see it all again…


Herald Theatre, The Edge

Tuesday June 19 - Saturday June 30

Book at Ticketek phone 09 307 5000

Tickets: $25 adults $20 groups of 10+ $18 concession

"Maniacally energetic, wildly politically incorrect and hilariously obscene, Naked Samoans is a splendidly anarchic show." The Dominion

"The packed audience revelled in their Kamikaze approach to comedy - head-on, full steam ahead, no survivors." Evening Post

All media inquiries to:

Caroline Armstrong - Producer

Phone 04 934 3111 or 025 486 682

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