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The return of Comedy Underground

20 July 2006

The return of Comedy Underground

Wellington's best new monthly comedy night makes a triumphant return to Bodega's Room 101 on Sunday 30 July.

Hosted by Jarrod Baker – one half of musical comedy act mrs.peacock, and writer of popular internet cartoon Newtown Ghetto Anger – this month's Comedy Underground also features Cameron "Pinchey" Murray, David Cormack, TJ McDonald and Tom Williams – four of Wellington's best and brightest young up-and-comers.

This is Comedy Underground's first show since the recent NZ International Comedy Festival – be sure not to miss it.

Tickets are only $8, available at the door – Doors open at 7pm and the show starts promptly at 8pm. Comedy Underground takes place on the last Sunday of every month.

*COMEDYUNDERGROUND*

Room 101, Bar Bodega

Ghuznee Street, Wellington

Sunday 30 May @ 8pm

Tickets $8

ENDS

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