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Steve Wrigley in Geek Chic

Steve Wrigley in
Geek Chic


Steve Wrigley is one of Wellingtons most loved performers. Over the years he has hosted the prestigious Summer City events, including the hugely popular Big Night Out on New Years Eve. Steve’s face has appeared in a number of Commercials and TV shows around the country and he is a regular comic at the Classic in Auckland and the Wellington Comedy Club.

Steve has just returned from Canada where he was a headline act at YUK YUKs Toronto (The venue where Jim Carrey began his career) and performed with the Bad Dog Theatresports troop.

In Geek chic, Wrigley brings his now international stand up comedy and improv to the Indigo stage for one night of his unusual high energy interactive mayhem. From the front row to the back every seat in the house will laugh at Steve, themselves and the whole human race.

Dates: Thurs 1 June, 8pm
Venue: San Francisco Bathhouse, 171 Cuba St, Wellington City
Tickets: Adults $12, Conc./Groups 10+ $10
Bookings: Door sales only


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