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Life Rocks, Rugby Rules

Michael Jones, Peter Grose (NZ/AUS) in
Life Rocks, Rugby Rules

Throw away your hand bags boys, and put on your high heel shoes, they’re coming to town … Australia’s main man of comedy Peter Grose teams up with New Zealand’s own Big Boy Michael Jones.

Australian Peter Grose has over 20 years experience in comedy and has performed all over Australian as a head line act along with the Edinburgh and Adelaide festivals. He has also done extensive work in Los Angeles.

Michael Jones hails from Auckland’s west and typifies kiwi humour, taking the mickey out of ya mates. During his high school years Michael got 14% in an exam, he’s always been over achiever. However disappointed he wasn’t because 2 other guys got less than him. “At least I didn’t come last” was his reply when explaining his results to his parents.

Life rocks rugby rules is not a show that will make you giggle, a giggle is something you do when sitting on the toilet reading cosmo. This show is about having laughter and a real laugh comes from your gut which inter-reacts with your cosmic cycle.

The show covers everything from evolution to football, along with pointers on how we can save the planet, it is no holes barred and features internationally charted songs.

Michael and Peter along with the Headless Chooks have recently performed at the Metro Arts Centre in Brisbane.

Audience participation is guaranteed, attendance is a must, so come along and find out which side of the law are they really on.

www.michaeljones.biz

Dates: Fri 26 & Sat 27 May, 8pm
Venue: Genesis Theatre, Expressions Arts & Entertainment Centre, 836 Fergussion Dr, Upper Hutt
Tickets: Adults $25, Conc./Groups 10+ $22.50
Bookings: Expressions Ticketing Office (04) 527 2168


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