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Wellington Comedy In June

Wellington Comedy In June

Hi comedy chums R30 - Stand - up comedy for those who'd rather have a nice lie down will present thier next show at Katipo Cafe, 76 Willis Street (next to New World Metro) Wednesday 21st June.

Entry is from 7.30pm and there are Happy Hour prices at the bar to welcome you on these chilly evenings. Featured this month, fresh from the comedy festival and ready to rock your slippers off are Fifi Colston, Lorraine Ward, Fergus Aitken, Mike Bodnar and MC Matt Elliott. Tickets are $10, book by calling Lorraine Ward on 385 6085 or emailing HYPERLINK "", or we'll see you at the door.

You will either have met me or one of the other perfomers through comedy or expressed an interest in the regular shows. If you wish not to be informed about further shows, just email me back and ask to be taken off the list. Please feel free to pass this information on and if you have recieved the info in that way, and would like to know about future shows, please email me as well, and I can add you in to our mailing list.


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