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The Fuq is Rising

The Fuq is Rising.


Hamish Parkinson and Ryan Richards Present,

Fuq Boiz: Resurrection


A finalist for the Fred Award for Best NZ Show in 2017, the Fuq Boiz are hitting Capital City for the very first time!

Fresh from their performance in this year’s NZ Comedy Gala (TV3), Fuq Boiz: Resurrection is the second hit show created by New Zealand’s favourite absurdist comedy duo.

Hamish Parkinson (2015 Billy T Award winner, Hunt For The Wilderpeople, Snort) and Ryan Richards (A Boy Wonder, Funny Girls, Jono and Ben) are bringing Wellington chaotic sketches, unprecedented madness, and their loveable personalities for an hour full of demented fun.

Come on in, the water is warm and the Fuq is rising.

This is the only show you gotta see!


"A whole lot of full-on, utterly insane, mad shit happens for an hour." - Theatreview

Fred Award (Best NZ Show) Finalist 2017


Fuq Boiz: Resurrection

Dates: 27 – 29 September, 8pm

Venue: Bats Theatre, 1 Kent Terrace, Mount Victoria, Wellington

Tickets: $14 – $20

Bookings: https://bats.co.nz/whats-on/fuq-boiz-resurrection/


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