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Buzz Comedy Club Opening Night

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Buzz Comedy Club Opening Night

Wellington’s freshest comedians bring their comedy to the Hutt! MC James Nokise (as seen on TV2’s Pulp Comedy and the ODDFELLOWS Comedy Gala) will take you through a night headlined by Matt Elliott – “a relaxing comic persona that makes the audience think and laugh. Simply put, he was very, very funny” – Melbourne Age.

Also featuring Jerome Chandrahasen, 2006 ODDFELLOWS Billy T Award nominee and Matiaha Paku, the stars of ‘Civilized’ – voted Best Newcomers 2005 Comedy Festival Awards. They will be joined by Alex Hawley (best newcomer 2005 Wellington Comedy Awards) and Matt Bodnar.

Come relax, unwind and laugh till you’re hoarse this Waitangi weekend with some of Wellington’s finest comedians.

Buzz Bar - Waterloo Road, opposite Westfield, Queensgate and New World, Lower Hutt.
From 7:30pm
$8 Door Charge
Bar and tapas dishes available.

ENDS

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