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Best of the Fest Late Shows

The Wellington Comedy Club presents

Best of the Fest Late Shows


The Wellington Comedy Club and San Francisco Bathouse proudly present another dose of late night world class comedy with the return of Best of the Fest. Join some of the festival’s best local and international stars for a night of uncensored laughs for a fraction of the price.

Every Thursday during the festival, San Francisco Bathouse in association with The Wellington Comedy Club’s Comedy Thursday’s, will showcase 6 of the festival’s top picks in a 90 minute life-changing comedy experience.

Acts performing include Charlie Pickering (Aus), Ben Hurley (NZ/UK), Jeremy Elwood, Michelle A’Court and ODDFELLOWS Billy T Award Nominees James Nokise, Jerome Chandrahassen and Cori Gonzalez-Macuer to name a few.

This is a night not to be missed. Always a festival sell-out.

Dates: 18th,25th of May and 1st of June, 10pm
Venue: San Francisco Bathhouse, 171 Cuba St, Wellington City
Tickets: $10 on the door.


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