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Michael Shadbolt Centennial!


Michael Shadbolt Centennial!

Join one of Wellington's best comedians celebrate his 100th show at INDIGO this Thursday.

Michael Shadbolt has been performing stand-up comedy for four years,and this is his 100th show.

In one of his first appearances, he came runner-up in the 1998 "Quest for the Fest" national stand-up competition.

Since then, he has performed stand-up comedy throughout New Zealand, as well as in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.

However, he proudly considers Wellington to be his home, with the majority of his shows having been performed here in the capital.

For the last four years, he has been selected to perform on the television series 'Pulp Comedy', with the most recent due to be shown in March/April 2002.

Michael has performed in several Laugh Festival showcases.

With Special Guests.......

Flight of the Conchords

Ben Hurley

Fiona MacKinnon

and

Matthew Hegan

Indigo bar and venue: 171 Cuba st
Thursday 14th March
8 pm
Doorsales $8/$6

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