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Wellington Comedy Heroes Needed

Wellington Comedy Heroes Needed

Name of show : 'The Green Room' Vanue: upstairs at Kitty O'Sheas on Courtenay Place, Wellington, NZ.

Dates and times: The first showcase of Wellington's newest comedy talent will take place on Sunday 17th April. Door sales from 7pm, show starts at 8pm.

Cost: $6

Alongside the new acts, The show will be compered by Billy T Award Winner Ben Hurley and headlined by critically acclaimed Scottish comedian Steven Davidson ('uproarious laughter and applause' - Edinburgh Evening News 'boyish charm and utter absurdity' - EdinburghGuide.Com)

The Green Room will be monthly thereafter, and I will pass on the details of the next month's show when they are finalised.

Anyone who hasn't tried stand up before, or has done less than 10 gigs is most welcome to appear. Total beginners will be given priority, as they provide more drama! Anyone who fancies giving it a try should e-mail me at or phone on 0210738553.


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