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Comedy Night returns to Kitty O'Shea's

29 July 2005

Comedy Night returns to Kitty O'Shea's

After 3 sellout shows, The Green Room Comedy Night returns to Kitty O'Shea's on Courtenay Place in Wellington on Sunday August 7th, doors opening 1900, show starts 2000. Show costs just $6 on the door, featuring regular Scottish MC Steven Davidson (excellent - Edinburgh Evening News) and acclaimed local headliner Brent McGuinness (a great new act - Ben Hurley) alongside 6 new comedy heroes.

This month, three of the six have never before set foot on stage, and one other has only appeared once seven years ago! Why the huge gap? Come along and find out...

Aspiring comedians are invited to take part in this night of extreme hilarity and deathly silence, or to make an appearance on future monthly shows. If you would like to give Stand-Up comedy a try, e-mail barrydavidson@hotmail.com

-The Green Room - comedy showcase @Kitty O'Shea's WGN, 7 Aug, 7pm

ENDS

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