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Think of the Pay Cheque (Adventures in Bad Jobs)

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The Pantograph Punch Presents:

Think Of The Pay Cheque(Adventures in Bad Jobs)

For some, it’s a cold call that turns into an impromptu counselling session. For others, it’s an afternoon spent in full-body latex handing out drink samples at the supermarket. Whatever the situation, the mantra remains the same.

Half-motivational talk, half-live storytelling event, Think of the Pay Cheque will be an evening of adventures in bad job experiences, hosted by Barnie Duncan and featuring David Farrier, Nisha Madhan, Tim Lambourne, Matt Nippert, Jo Holsted, Ema Tavola and David Slack.
All ticket sales will go towards supporting The Pantograph Punch, an online publication of arts and culture writing.

The Pantograph Punch presents:
THINK OF THE PAY CHEQUE
Auckland Trades Hall, 147 Great North Road
7.30pm | Thursday 13 June
$10 presales from utr.co.nz | $15 door sales

ENDS

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