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Comedy: Festival Hits Last Week Bollywood Style

Comedy: Festival Hits Last Week Bollywood Style - SOLD OUT at the 2005 ODDFELLOWS NZ International Comedy Festival and direct from a SELL OUT tour of MALAYSIA and SOUTH AFRICA, From India with Love returns for a limited season in Auckland and Wellington as part of the 2006 International Comedy Festival. This is Bollywood at it’s best! It’s a celebration of love, loss and survival. Hilarious dance routines, projected movie sequences and clever puppetry leave audiences in hysterical laughter. See... From India With Love
NOTE:

  • Time change: Brendhan Lovegrove, From India w Love
  • ALSO AT THE FEST IN WELLINGTON:
  • Mullet Brothers Save the World... Again
  • Steve Wrigley in Geek Chic
  • Michele A’Court in "40 Odd Years"
  • A Few of My Least Favourite Things
  • Matiaha Paku in "One Nite Only!!!!"
  • Mark Scott in Deconstructing Me
  • Jeremy Elwood - "Rock Plus Roll"
  • Cameron Blair - Gifted
  • Brent McGuinness: One Night at the Bluenote
  • The Brendhan Lovegrove Project
  • Comedy Festival homepage
  • News and Video links
  • Bats Theatre - BATS in Hell
  • ENDS

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