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Comedian Brendhan Lovegrove in “This Mortal Coil”

9 x Best Male Comedian Brendhan Lovegrove in “This Mortal Coil” as Part of NZ International Comedy Fest 2017

Following the success of his SELLOUT run at the 2016 NZ International Comedy Festival, and 9x Best Male Comedian Brendhan Lovegrove is back with his new show “This Mortal Coil” Being a favourite on the TV3 Flick Electric Comedy Gala and regular on TV3’s 7 Days Brendhan will be taking to the stage at Q Theatre for one week only from the 16th-20th May "Simply brilliant, without a doubt, Brendhan is truly in his own league o f comedy." – The Speakeasy, NZ Brendhan Lovegrove is back as a open book about his world.. and then the one around him!

' Slick as hell with superb audience rapport and br illiantly twisted ' The Scotsman

Proudly Presented by Foolhardy Productions

- This Mortal Coil as part of the 2017 NZ International Comedy Festival

Tickets on Sale Now:

- Auckland: 16-20 May Cellar at Loft at Q

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