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Christmas Crack-Up

The XMAS Comedy Showcase

December 20th, Indigo Bar & Venue, 171 Cuba St.

Final lineups have now been confirmed for CHRISTMAS CRACK-UP, the XMAS Comedy Showcase.

This showcase will be a celebration of Wellington’s top comedic talent, and will include 3 of the Wellington based acts who will appear on TV2’s Pulp Comedy VI next year, and will be MCed by Auckland’s Benjamin Crellin, a 2000 Billy T Award nominee.

The Lineup includes:

MC Benjamin Crellin (Billy T Award Nominee; Pulp Comedy V & VI).

Sully O’Sullivan (Pulp Comedy V & VI)

Paora Ropata (Pulp Comedy V)

Fiona MacKinnon (Pulp Comedy VI)

Ete (Pulp Comedy VI)

mrs. peacock (as heard on channel Z Local Beat)

More acts to be announced soon…

Christmas Crackup

The XMAS Comedy Showcase

Wednesday 20 December, Indigo Bar & Venue 171 Cuba St

Doors Open 8:00pm, Show Start 8:30pm. Tickets ($10/$5)

doorsales only.

For more information about "Christmas Crack-Up" The XMAS Comedy Showcase,

or any of the performers listed, please contact:

Jarrod Baker 972 2239 (h) 025 748 418 (m)

Sully O’Sullivan 972 2239 (h) 021 255 2297 (m)

or email veryserious@paradise.net.nz

Group discounts available – email us for details.


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