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Live at the Little Theatre

Chops Co-op presents
“Live at the Little Theatre”

ODDFELLOWS Billy T Award nominee Jerome Chandrahasen and award winning comedian Matiaha Paku reunite and return to the Little Theatre in Lower Hutt to bring the comedy festival back to the Hutt. They were awarded best newcomers for their sell out show ‘Civilized’ in last years festival and have continued to impress on the local comedy circuit.

Jerome was the 2004 Raw Comedy Quest Winner and this year is an ODDFELLOWS Billy T Award nominee, Matiaha was voted most improved on the Wellington comedy circuit and nominated for numerous local and national comedy awards. If you’ve got nothing better to do in the Hutt, make sure you get out and see ‘Live at the Little Theatre.’

Dates: Fri 26 May, 7.30pm
Venue: Little Theatre, Queens Drive, Lower Hutt
Tickets: Adults $12, Conc./Groups 6+ $10
Bookings: Door sales only

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