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LAUGH! this week

LAUGH! this week


Read on for the LAUGH! shows happening this week at the Temple, along with some great specials for you! because you're on the Temple mailing list.

And of course, the Temple was nominated best Comedy Venue at the 2002 Comedy Awards!

Get your tickets from either the Temple (email us your credit card details, or phone them in, mail us a cheque of pop into the bar), and there will probably be door sales most nights

Bring this email and get into both shows for just $15, that's a massive saving of 40%

More info on the shows below

Tony Lofley- Simply Tony With op-shop sophistication and a Salvation Army sense of style, this is a wickedly funny journey through the better part of 4 decades on planet Kiwi. This is Simply Tony. Wednesday 30 April to Saturday 3 May 7pm Adults $12, Conc/ Groups 5+ $10 YOUR special price $5

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