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NZ Comedy Veteran joins Clean Show


NZ Comedy Veteran joins Clean Show

This month’s Clean Comedy Show features NZ Comedy veteran Mark Scott. Mark cut his teeth in stand-up comedy way back in 1996 when Kitty O’Brien’s Tavern hosted a weekly comedy night. Within two years he had toured his own stand up show through Auckland and Wellington in the NZ Laugh Festival. From there Mark has gone on to perform sell-out shows in Canada, United States and Australia. With over 10 years experience Mark know how to bring the funny.

The Clean Comedy Show is truly a one of a kind event offering a family friendly show guaranteed to be a hit with everyone. The show is hosted by award winning and popular comedian Dave Wiggins. Wiggins has become a regular face on the NZ comedy scene since moving to NZ and starting performing comedy 6 years ago.

This month’s headline act is Clean Comedy favourite Dash Ambrose. The musical comedy duo is always a hit with their memorable songs and irrelevant banter. Earlier this year they turned heads at the NZ Fringe in Wellington with rave review (consider this quote from online arts magazine Texture “But all you really need to know is that these guys are good. Oh, so very good.”)

Plus special guests

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

Clean Comedy Show
Saturday August 23, 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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