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2017 Billy T Award Nominee Patch Lambert in TERRORdactyl

2017 Billy T Award Nominee Patch Lambert in TERRORdactyl as Part of NZ International Comedy Fest 2017

Following his success as 2016 Breakthrough Comedian NZ Comedy Guild Awards, and success of his debut solo show: “Suburban Kiwi Icon. 2017 Billy T Award Nominee Patch Lambert is back with his award nominated Show: ‘TERRORdactyl’.

Scruffpot, bogan and effervescent storyteller the 2017 Billy T Nominee coaxes equal parts hilarity and honesty from life’s pitfalls, and navigates the ups and downs of life as an over-imaginative child, an anxious teenager, and a hapless adult.

"An incredibly funny comic... But he should be at home looking after his kid" – Brendhan Lovegrove

The Wellington based comic will be debuting the show in Palmerston North as well as Auckland and Wellington as part of the 2017 NZ International Comedy Festival.

“Leads us on adventures through his life and makes us feel like his mates at the pub, rather than an audience at a performance... Patch is a lovable, clever and funny young man" - Artmurmurs

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- TERRORdactyl as part of the 2017 NZ International Comedy Festival
Tickets on Sale Now:
Wellington: 2-6 May The Heyday Dome at BATS Theatre
Auckland: 16-20 May Cellar at Q Theatre
Palmerston North: ONE NIGHT ONLY April 8th at The Dark Room

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