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Lovegrove at the Wellington Comedy Club - Indigo

26 June 2005

Lovegrove at the Wellington Comedy Club -Indigo Bar

Brendhan Lovegrove

This week at the Wellington Comedy Club…. Indigo Bar Brendhan Lovegrove

New Zealand’s Best Live standup comes to Wellington For 1 Night only. Thursday 30th June Brendhan LOVEGROVE What the Critics said....... "Terrifyingly good."NZ HERALD "hilarious and always compulsive viewing."THE DOMINION "Slick as hell with superb audience rapport…brilliantly twisted."THE SCOTSMAN

His wits are razor sharp from 3 years on the UK Pro Comedy circuit where he is now a regular headliner and host. Arguably the most dangerously talented standup comedian in New Zealand.

His manic physical presence combined with a sureness of delivery and material that can , at once, be described as verging on the psychotic side of human nature, has delighted and, indeed, frightened audiences throughout New Zealand. He is a favourite on the Campus circuit and one of the leading headliners and MC's at The Classic. BRENDHAN has now appeared on numerous local television programmes including all 8 series of PULP COMEDY TV, the last series of which he hosted.

His AWARDs include 1998 Joint Winner of the Billy T Award for Comedy in New Zealand.

Thursday 30th June

The Wellington Comedy Club

Indigo Bar

171 Cuba st

$12/10 students Ben Hurley .Comedian. PH: +64 21 475-959 benhurley@paradise.net.nz

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