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Wellington Raw Comedy Quest 2014: The Search Begins

The Search Begins

The Wellington Raw Comedy Quest returns to the capital to find Wellington's funniest face for 2014.

The Winner and runner up are flown to Auckland to compete in the National Raw Comedy Quest final, the biggest comedy competition in New Zealand.

Previous Wellingtonians to have gone on to become National winners include Cori Gonzalez-Macuer, Jerome Chandrahasen and Sarah Harpur. Star of Jono & Ben, Guy Williams also got his start in the wellington raw quest!

With only 6min to impress the judges, this can the first step on the path to becoming a professional comedian, or it can be the last! Leaping straight into a comedy pressure cooker, this competition can make dreams or break hearts. Either way, every competitor will have joined a long list of Kiwis vying to become the National Raw Comedy Quest champion.

Email contact@humorous.co.nz to enter.

Four heats, two semifinals, one Wellington final, one national final, $2000 in prize money, one winner.

Heats $15/$10
8pm San Francisco Bathhouse 171 Cuba St
Heat 1 Thursday 13 March
Heat 2 Thursday 20 March
Heat 3 Thursday 27 March
Heat 4 Thursday 3 April
Tickets:
Semi-Finals
8pm San Francisco Bathhouse
1st semifinal Thursday 10 April hosted by James Nokise
2nd semifinal Thursday 17 April hosted by Cohen Holloway

Wellington Final
8pm San Francisco Bathhouse
Thursday 24 April hosted by Vaughan King

www.humorous.co.nz

ENDS

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