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Clean Comedy Show features musical comedy


Clean Comedy Show features musical comedy

The Clean Comedy show hosted by Dave Wiggins is back offering a family friendly show and a great night of up-lifting entertainment guaranteed to be a hit with everyone.

This month’s show features musical comedy duo Dash Ambrose hot of the heals of a successfully comedy festival. Its been a big year for Dash so far already having done the NZ International Comedy Festival and NZ Fringe where they were describe by Texture as being “…good. Oh, so very good.” Don’t miss Dash Ambrose’s unique mix of acoustic guitar, African hand drumming, vocals, rap, beat box and irrelevant banter.

The show also features NZ comedy veteran and former Billy T nominee Jamie Bowen appearing at the Clean Show for the first time. Dispute still being young, Jamie has had a stellar career in NZ entertainment including, radio, TV and in live performance as a member of the popular sketch comedy trio Gary. Since taking the stage himself as a solo stand up comedian Jamie has gone from strength to strength earning awards, critical success and fans all over NZ. Bowen has been described by Lumiere as “entertaining, talented and hilarious.”

*the Classic Studio is an R18 venue unless accompanied by your adult or guardian.

Clean Comedy Show
Saturday June 28, 7:30pm
Classic Studio, Level 1, 321 Queen St
Tickets: $17 / $15 students and groups of 6+
Book on 373 4321


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