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Wellington's best improvisers spin webs of funny

Sunday August 19.
Improv at Katipo Cafe.

"Wellington's best improvisers spinning webs of funny"

improvisation has always been a dangerous form of comedy, what with the lack of lines to learn and the absence of choreography, but therein lies the appeal. come watch as some of Wellington's most talented improvisers flirt with the great abyss and direct one another in spontaneous scene work akin to walking a spiders web.

starring derek flores, clare kerrison, simon smith, christine brooks, and julian faid.

this Sunday August 19.
Katipo Cafe (73 Willis St, next door to the Metro New World)


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