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Buzz Comedy Club continues

Media release 03.05.06

Buzz Comedy Club continues

Carrying on the success of the last three months, Buzz Comedy Club continues this Sunday with headline acts MRS.PEACOCK Best Festival Show, Wellington Comedy Awards 2005

MC STEVE WRIGLEY returned from his North American tour.

Also featuring: 2006 Billy T Award nominee JEROME CHANDRAHASEN and special guest 2006 Billy T Award nominee CAMERON BLAIR (Auckland).

Support act DAVE CORMACK - finalist 2006 National Raw Comedy Quest

Buzz Comedy Club
Buzz Bar 39 Waterloo Rd
Sunday 7th May 8pm
Tickets $8 from Buzz Bar 0-4-939 8852
$10 on door


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