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Andy Zaltzman: Right Questions. Wrong Answers.

Andy Zaltzman
Brings His Right Questions. Wrong Answers. Show to Auckland And Wellington

MONDAY FEBRUARY 26, 2017 – Master of Satire and host of the global hit podcast ‘The Bugle’ ANDY ZALTZMANreturns to New Zealand in 2018 to (a) ask, (b) confront, (c) evade and (d) incorrectly respond to the biggest questions facing our very naughty planet.

Zaltzman is all set to keep New Zealand audiences on their toes once again when he returns to the New Zealand International Comedy Festival, with his new show ‘Right Questions. Wrong Answers’, following a sell-out 2017.

Dubbed as being one of the finest UK satirical comedians (Time Out), his unique brand of political satire has firmly established him in the vanguard of British comedy. He’s a regular on British radio, has appeared countless times across TV including ‘John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show’, and as an obsessive cricket fan, co-hosted comedian Felicity Ward on the ABC’s ‘The Urnbelievable Ashes Podcast’. He has appeared on 7 Days, and the 2017 Melbourne International Comedy Festival Opening Night Comedy Allstars.

Prepare to get political as this fiendishly sharp satirist takes a swing Auckland and Wellington audiences, this April and May.

“One of the sharper minds in political comedy” Sydney Morning Herald
½ “Sparkling, intelligent comedy with a stupidly high joke count” Herald Sun
“A master satirist.” Time Out


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