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Youthline Comedy Night: Saturday 19th November

Youthline Comedy Night: Saturday 19th November


Comedian Paul Ego will play host to the first Youthline Comedy Night on Saturday The 19th of November at The Oakroom. Ego, was inundated with offers from fellow comedians to help support the cause with Guy Williams, Rhys Mathewson and Pax Assadi all putting their hands up to perform on the night.

“I have kids myself and understand what a different world this is for them growing up in, it’s going to be a really good night and going to a great cause” Ego said.

Youthline has also been donated items, which will be sold on Trade Me auctions throughout next week, closing on the event night.

“We have been swamped with help from the local community and individuals all wanting to fundraise to help Youthline” event organizers said.
“Support from Joseph Parker, Rhythm and Vines and The All Blacks are just some of the names that have donated items up for grabs”

Tickets are $30 each and available on Eventbrite.

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