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Old Mout Cider Comedy Gala - Second Announcement

THE SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT

2014 NZ International Comedy Festival
OLD MOUT CIDER COMEDY GALA


Here it is folks – the next round of comedians confirmed to perform at this year’s Old Mout Cider Comedy Gala, Thursday 24th April at The Civic.


Flying in from yonder shores (and boy are his arms tired) is the British-based Aussie hard-edged social commentator STEVE HUGHES (AUS) who joins the already confirmed; host JASON BYRNE (IRE), REGINALD D. HUNTER (USA), JAMES ACASTER (UK),SARA PASCOE (UK), IAN D. MONTFORT (UK), CARL DONNELLY (UK), MARCEL LUCONT (France).

From the home soil we have a tonne of familiar faces RHYS DARBY, BEN HURLEY, 2013 FRED Award winner JARRED CHRISTMAS, 2013 Billy T winner ROSE MATAFEO, and 2013 FRED Award finalists NICK RADO and JAMES NOKISE who join PAUL EGO(NZ), URZILA CARLSON for the night of good times and loads-a-laughs.

THE OLD MOUT CIDER COMEDY GALA – THE KICK OFF TO THE THREE WEEK LOLFEST

As part of the 2014 NZ International Comedy Festival in cahoots with Old Mout Cider, grab some mates and join us for a great night of laughs
from 24 April - 18 May
.

For the full Comedy Festival line-up head to comedyfestival.co.nz


OLD MOUT CIDER COMEDY GALA
Date: Thursday 24 April 2014, 8pm
Venue: The Civic, Cnr Queen and Wellesley Streets, Auckland CBD
Tickets: $94.90 (booking fees apply)
Bookings: TICKETMASTER – www.ticketmaster.co.nz or 09 970 9700
Duration: 2+ hours

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