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Comedy listings 14 - 25 Feb

Comedy Listings - no pro night this week!

Hey comedy fans,     Last weeks musical comedy night was a blast and The Fringe Bar is going to have a breather, so this Friday 16th there's no Pro Night Comedy. Tomorrow however, Wednesday 14th, is the last Wednesdays With WIT before the comedy festival. Love Possibly, an improvised romatic comedy, is your love fix for the week.  Love and laugh your way down to the Fringe Bar, have a drink and enjoy the show..


AND there is a great line up of comedy in store coming up next week!   Micetro, 2010 Ultimate championship - Sunday 18 and 25 In each show eight eager improvisers go head to head to impress the audience and be crowned Micetro for the week. The winner of each heat earns a slot in the ultimate battle of Improv supremacy; the gruelling final, May 9th. Only one will be left standing to take the title, and the audience decides the winne

7pm $5   Raw Meat - Monday 19 New and established comedians test out fresh material. Like planting a seed and watching it grow, each premise will one day blossom into fully fledged jokes.

8pm $10   Girls Just Wanna Have Funny - Pro Comedy Friday 23 Featuring only the best of female comedy in Wellington, you're guaranteed a great night out. These hilarious women will have you rolling on the floor with laughter. 8pm $12   And it doesn't end there! Sunday 25 is the launch of the NZ Comedy festival, and The Fringe Bar will be your home for the 2010 Billy T Nominees. Check out or for more info  


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