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Comedy Underground now with explosions of flavour

Comedy Underground – now with explosions of flavour

Wellington's comedy renaissance continues on Sunday 27 August with another dose of the Capital's top comics appearing at Bodega.

Three out of the five Billy T nominees for this year were from Wellington– and Comedy Underground is proud to present one of those nominees at this month's show. JEROME CHANDRAHASEN, whose Billy T nominated show Backpacker's Guide received sellout crowds and critical acclaim at this year's NZ International Comedy Festival, will headline the night.

The top Wellington comedy doesn't stop there – also appearing will be ALEX HAWLEY, winner of the 2006 RAW comedy competition; NOOR RAZZAK, a finalist in that competition; MATIAHA PAKU, winner (with Chandrahasen) of the "Best Newcomer" award at the 2005 Comedy Festival; and JIM STANTON, freshly returned from a tour of Nepal and India that is sure to be a mine of new material…

Comedy Underground takes place on the last Sunday of every month at Room 101, downstairs at Bar Bodega. The cover charge is only $8, and shows start at 8pm.

COMEDY UNDERGROUND
Sunday 27 August @ 8pm
Room 101, Bar Bodega
Ghuznee Street, Wellington
Tickets $8 on door

featuring

JEROME CHANDRAHASEN
Nominee, Billy T Award 2006

MATIAHA PAKU
Winner, Best Newcomer, 2005 NZ International Comedy Festival

ALEX HAWLEY
Winner, RAW Comedy Quest 2006

NOOR RAZZAK
Finalist, RAW Comedy Quest 2006

JIM STANTON
Hero of the Nepalese Revolution

AND MORE!

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