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The six pack you have been looking for

This 6 pack is the high you have been looking for, that too without doing a single crunch!

A stand-up comedy show that brings to you Wellington’s most loved comedians in a pack of 6. They have packed themselves together to share hilarious experiences in the country they call home. And if you thought they were the plain draught variety, their ‘craft’ is sure to surprise you.

Your six pack ‘craft’ contains-

Sanjay Parbhu -A combination of storytelling, wordplay, and impressions, Sanjay always delivers a high energy performance on the stage and the occasional burger off stage.

Michael Fowler- Not quite your kiwi male stereotype, Mike brings an observational style peppered with a healthy dose of cynicism.

Caleb Stowers- Caleb was born in Palmerston North but escaped about 7 years ago and has been performing stand up for almost two years now.

Sri Nair- Born in India, Trained in the Middle East, Deployed to New Zealand, Sri combines the humor of three cultures and delights or scares the audience with his humor.

Tim Stannard- After reaching the Wellington Raw Quest final, Tim decided to continue doing comedy for the potentially lucrative amounts of money. In the meanwhile, to make ends meet he's currently selling drugs, at least that what people believe.

Sowmya Hiremath- Years of doing stupid stuff and a decade of sitting at a desk resulted in Stand-Up. When she takes her take on life to stage it turns into comedy.

Disclaimer: The Earthquake Assessment Commission isn’t jolly about the event because it is going to be earth shattering! Yet the 6 pack is ready to open and are on track to show everyone- Whose country is it anyway?

How did Earthquake assessment get involved? Get your tickets to find out

‘Whose country is it anyway?’

March 13th to 15th, 2019

$15 -General Admission & $12- Fringe Addict

The Scruffy Bunny Improv Theatre, 49 Courtenay Place-Wellington

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