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7 Days - LIVE Tour

Media Release: October
For Immediate Release

TV3 & Grabaseat presents


Its TV 3’s 7 Days, LIVE on stage!

The popular TV3 show is taking their on-set shenanigans straight to the people. They will be travelling the North Island, performing in Auckland, Wellington, Hamilton, Napier, Wanganui and New Plymouth through November and December.

The first half of the show is quick-fire stand up comedy from the 7 Days performers, and then the second half follows the popular television format, with the comics battling it out the best way they know how; taking the piss out of the news, the world and each other 7 Days-style. And don’t be surprised to see a local politician dragged onstage to get the 7 Days treatment.

" 7 Days LIVE is a great combination of the individual comedians stand-up comedy, then a live uncut hour of 7 Days on stage in front of your eyes. If I can survive the week in a van with these guys it will be a memorable tour!" - Jon Bridges, Producer, 7 Days

Consistently one of the most watched programmes of the week on TV3, 7 Days is New Zealand’s most successful comedy show in many years.

With Jeremy Corbett taking his usual spot in the quizmaster’s chair, team captains Dai Henwood and Paul Ego will be ready at the helms; they will be flanked on tour by…

- FRED Award Winner and previous Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards presenter Ben Hurley.
- Billy T Award winner and frequent The Jono Project performer Steve Wrigley.
- Frequent guest on Radio New Zealand’s The Panel and continual Fringe favourite Jeremy Elwood
- 2011 Billy T Award nominee and performer in the upcoming AotearoHA – Next Big Things!, Urzila Carlson

Ready yourselves for a fun filled night at the expense of whoever’s ended up on the news that week, with 7 comedians, 2 teams, 1 stage and 2 halves ... with 7 Days - LIVE!

7 Days LIVE
Tickets - $45 (service fees may apply)

Auckland: Bruce Mason Theatre, Nov Sat 26th, 7.30pm – 0800 111 999
Hamilton: Clarence St Theatre 30th Nov, 7.30pm – 0800 TICKETEK (842 53)
Napier: Napier Municipal Theatre 1st Dec, 7.30pm - 0800 TICKETEK (842 53)
Wanganui: Opera House 7th Dec, 7.30pm – Bookings through 06 349 0511
Wellington: Opera House 8th Dec, 7.30pm – 0800 TICKETEK (842 538)
New Plymouth: TSB Showplace 9th Dec, 7.30pm - 0800 111 999

*Note – Jeremy Elwood will not be appearing in the New Plymouth show – replacing him for this show will be Jesse Mulligan


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