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David Correos - The Correos Effect

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Notorious* Proudly Presents David Correos -
The Correos Effect

After winning the 2016 Billy T Award, David Correos has gone from strength to, well, even more strength.

In 2017 he performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, doing a split bill with fellow NZ comic, Matt Stellingwerf, and boy did David make a splash…

"Without a doubt Correos goes to the extreme to make you laugh" – The Student Newspaper, UK

“Just when you think he can’t possibly go any further, well bugger us he absolutely does”

– The Wee Review, UK

Starting his comedy career in Christchurch, David moved north in 2015 and had immediately made a name for himself in the industry. He still returns home to perform regularly, and did a short run of this show there in January. He’s appeared on our screens, 7Days, AotearoHA and TVNZ’s Stand Up delivering his signature style.

In 2018 David will return to Edinburgh to build on the reputation he has started there. By the time he reaches the comedy festival, he will already have done Fringes in Dunedin, Auckland and Adelaide. He’ll be on top form.

David Correos – The Correos Effect

Dates: Wed 2 – Sat 5 May, 10.00pm
Venue: Vault at Q Theatre, 305 Queen St
Tickets: $16 - $20
Bookings: // 09 309 9771

Dates: Tue 8 – Sat 12 May, 7pm
Venue: The Fringe Bar, 26 – 32 Allen St
Tickets: $16 - $20
Bookings: // 0508 ITICKET (484 253)

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