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Indigo Comedy this week - Young Guns

Indigo Comedy this week - Young Guns

INDIGO COMEDY THURSDAYS presents YOUNG GUNS 2003 This Thursday - 17th July 8pm $8/ $6 This week ,witness Wellington's finest young comedians battle it out with their guns of wit. Young Guns brings to you the cream of Welly's up and comers in the comedy clique. This show is always one of the highlight shows of the comedy year.

Featuring from TV2's Pulp Comedy, MC James Nokise,

2003 National Raw Comedy winner Cori Gonzalez-Macuer

as well as sharper than sharp things Tom Williams Jim Stanton Tom Gilmartin Cameron Murray and Brent McGuinness

Followed by

UNIT 10:30PM an eclectic mix of keyboards, guitar and decks combined to generate fresh sounds. expect Zoot Suits, a cigar bar and unearthly cocktails. NO COVER

all at Indigo, 171 Cuba St, this Thursday.

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