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Awkward Moments With NZ's Favourite Broadcasters

19 September 2016
The Pantograph Punch

Awkward Moments With NZ's Favourite Broadcasters

As part of their 2016 season of events, The Pantograph Punch and RNZ are bringing together some of the country's best talkers to share the moments that have left them lost for words, for better and for worse.

In an intimate evening of live storytelling, John Campbell, Carol Hirschfeld, Wallace Chapman and Noelle McCarthy – hosted by Guy Williams – will divulge their own personal moments of speechlessness, from awkward admissions to unforgettable questions to total out-and-out bombshells.

DEAD AIR is the second-to-last instalment in The Pantograph Punch’s 2016 season, which features storytelling, conversations, underground food tours, exhibitions, and pop-up performances.

Presented with the support of Auckland Council

Dead Air
Q Theatre
8pm – Wednesday 19 October
$30 General Admission / $24 for Pantograph Punch members

Hosted by:
Guy Williams

With:
John Campbell
Carol Hirschfeld
Wallace Chapman
Noelle McCarthy

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