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Late Laughs

For Immediate Release
17 May 2006

The ODDFELLOWS NZ International Comedy Festival presents

Some things are best enjoyed once grandma has nodded off to sleep!

The ODDFELLOWS NZ International Comedy Festival is delighted to announce the premiere of LATE LAUGHS in this year’s festival programme.

LATE LAUGHS delivers Late Night Comedy at its very best, giving audiences and comedians the opportunity to venture into territory where anything can happen… and usually does.

Loud, late and hilarious; international and local comedians are let loose in an unpredictable showcase of extreme comedy.

Staying up late this festival, is a good for a laugh!

WELLINGTON, Downstage Theatre, 10pm

Fri 19 & Sat 20 May (MC Charlie Pickering)
Fri 26 & Sat 27 May (MC Benjamin Crellin)
Fri 2 & Sat 3 June (MC Jeremy Elwood)

Show runs for 1 hour 30 minutes
Booking at Downstage 04 801 6946

N.B. line up varies each night and will be confirmed by tomorrow. For further details on the MC's, check


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