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Sarah Callaghan - The Ballad of Sarah Callaghan

The UK’s Sarah Callaghan is an award-winning comedian and writer who has taken the comedy scene by storm with her frank and fearless style.

A powerhouse mash-up of comedy and poetry, and already with two tours to Australia under her belt, this will be her first trip to New Zealand and she can’t wait to debut her new show here.

Having been performing since 2010, Sarah has performed her solo shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Sydney and Perth Comedy Festivals, and is a regular at the best clubs across the UK. She’s won awards, and been nominated for some of the best including the Malcolm Hardee “Act Most Likely to Make a Million Quid”.

“A Powerhouse. She’s an utter natural on stage…” – Chortle, UK

“Sharp and funny... just a young lady-geezer talking funny for an hour. Damn the industry needs more of that” – The Music, AU

Watch Sarah at the Sydney Comedy Gala;


Sarah Callaghan – The Ballad of Sarah Callaghan

Dates: Wed 9 – Sat 12 May, 10pm
Venue: Vault at Q Theatre, 305 Queen St
Tickets: $20 – $25
Bookings: // 09 309 9771

Dates: Tue 1 – Sat 5 May, 8.30pm
Venue: The Fringe Bar, 26 - 32 Allen St
Tickets: $20 – $25
Bookings: // 0508 ITICKET (484 253)

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