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Jarred Fell in: FELLON

Jarred Fell in: FELLON

A razor sharp show that is so dangerous he may even get arrested !

The award winning comedian magician Jarred fell is back and bolder than ever.

Fresh back from touring Asia with this show Jarred brings to NZ a show that will make make you fall about laughing and also shock you with the art of misdirection!

Jarred Fell has been performing the art of magic for as long as he remembers, he has been performing professionally for over 7 years. FELLON is a show jammed packed with Magic, Gore, Mind Reading and Comedy all in one. The aim of the show is to misdirect the audience in such a way you walk away asking “How did he do that “.

His impressive award collection stands at:

2013 – Top Comedy Award – Variety Artists Awards , NZ

2013 – Nominated ' Best On The Box ' - NZ Comedy Guild

2012 – Top Comedy Award – Variety Artists Awards , NZ

“The Wizard of comedy “- The Aucklander

“Exceptional Performer, Can't Be Faulted “- TVNZ

“One Of My Favorite Acts “- Steve O ( Jackass)

Dates: 8 May – 10 May, 8pm

Venue: The Loft , Q Theatre . Queen Street , Auckland

Tickets: Adults $25 , Conc. $25


Dates: 30 April – 3 May, 8.30pm

Venue: The Fringe Bar . Allen Street , Wellington

Tickets: Adults $25, Conc. $20



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