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The Topp Twins announce four special shows

The Topp Twins announce four special shows

An Evening with The Topp Twins’

6 November – 3 December

THE TOPP TWINS return to the stage to present ‘An Evening with The Topp Twins’, an intimate evening of comedy, stories and songs in four special shows, kicking off in Tauranga on November 6, 2015.

Fresh from their primetime TV show ‘Topp Country’, the Twins’ infamous alter-egos; the Kens, Camp Mother and Camp Leader, and the Bowling Ladies, will delight all ages with a memorable up close and personal evening of fun, and of course a yodel or two.

TAURANGA Baycourt Theatre Friday 6 November

CHRISTCHURCH Issac Theatre Royal Sunday 8 November

AUCKLAND Bruce Mason Centre Thursday 26 November

WELLINGTON St James Theatre Thursday 3 December

Described as “national treasures” (The New Zealand Listener) with an ability to “play the audience like a Stradivarius” (The Advertiser, Adelaide), New Zealanders can expect an entertaining two hour show from their well-loved daughters.

Tickets for Tauranga, Christchurch and Wellington venues are on sale now via Ticketek Tickets for Auckland go on sale today (Tuesday 22 September) via Ticketmaster

Ticket prices: $75 Adult / $69 Child (2-14 years old); Senior (65+ with valid ID) and Student - Tertiary and Secondary

Don’t miss this iconic duo. Tickets for ‘An Evening with The Topp Twins’ will sell fast!


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