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Top Comics Stand up in the Shed

Media Release: The Court Theatre

Top Comics Stand up in the Shed

Two of New Zealand's top comedians will perform a special one-night only show, STAND-UP IN THE SHED at The Court Theatre on September 27. Regular on TV3's "7Days" and Radio NZ National's "The Panel" Jeremy Elwood joins forces with NZ Comedy Guild's "Female Comedian of The Decade" and Press columnist Michele A'Court on The Court's stage.

Elwood and A'Court have recently returned from performing in Vancouver, Toronto, San Francisco and Las Vegas. Elwood is currently in Christchurch performing in The Court's production of THE SLAPDASH ASSASSIN.

STAND-UP IN THE SHED is on September 27 at 9:15pm, with tickets at $23 and $25. Bookings available at The Court Theatre, 9630870 or

With Jeremy Elwood and Michele A'Court
9:15pm, Thursday 27 September
Tickets $25 | Concession $23
Bookings: ph 963 0870 or

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