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Tom Green Announces a Second Auckland Show On His NZ Tour

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  Friday 26 April  

****Tom Green Announces a Second Auckland Show On His Nz Tour 2013****

  Adrian Bohm Presents is pleased to announce that Canadian comedian Tom Green has added another Auckland show to his NZ tour run. 

  After performing his unconventional and highly entertaining stand-up comedy show at the SkyCity Theatre on Wednesday 1st May @ 9pm , Tom will return for another evening of hilarity on Friday 3rd May @ 8pm.

  Then it will be onto Wellington’s Opera House on Sunday 5th May before his final show wraps up his NZ travels in Christchurch’s Aurora Centre on Monday 6th May.

AUCKLAND  SKYCITY THEATRE WEDNESDAY 1ST MAY
AUCKLAND SKYCITY THEATRE FRIDAY 3rd MAY
WELLINGTON OPERA HOUSE SUNDAY 5th MAY
CHRISTCHURCH AURORA CENTRE MONDAY 6th MAY

Book at Ticketek  0800 842 538  TICKETS ON SALE NOW!!

  You know Tom Green from his anything-goes run as the funniest, most unpredictable personality on MTV, and his unforgettable, deliciously loony roles in uproarious film comedies including "Road Trip" and "Freddy Got Fingered."

  He's graced the cover of Rolling Stone, commandeered the coveted guest-host chair on "The Late Show with David Letterman," and conquered the World Wide Web with his free-wheeling, wildly popular internet talk show, "Tom Green's House Tonight."

  Now, Tom brings his unique brand of hilarity to the art of stand-up comedy, his one-hour comedy special taped early this year at the Wilbur Theater in Boston is currently airing on Showtime.  Tom recently headlined at the world renowned Edinburgh Comedy Festival where he performed to sold-out audiences and received rave reviews.

  Experience one of the great comic minds in the field of entertainment, live and in person, when Tom Green takes the stage and provides non-stop laughter with his brilliantly cracked view of the world around him.

  www.tomgreen.com  

youtube.com/tomgreen

twitter @tomgreenlive  

www.abpresents.com.au

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