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The 2006 Oddfellows Comedy Gala - TONIGHT!

Inspired .. Irreverent ... A feast of funny!

For the third year in a row, Satellite Media is proud to present The 2006 Oddfellows Comedy Gala. With a top-class selection of national and international stand-up acts make sure you don't miss the show TONIGHT 9.30pm on TV2.

Featuring the return of Scottish wit, Danny Bhoy, true life stories with Rhys Darby, observational genius from Jimeoin, wisecracks from Canadian Phil Nichol and country & western musical oddball, Wilson Dixon.

This year’s host is direct from New York and regarded as the “Godfather of Stand Up” - introducing Dom Irrera!

Don’t miss this hilarious, entertaining comedy bonanza!

The 2006 Oddfellows Comedy Gala, 9.30pm TV2 TONIGHT!


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