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The Catherine Tate Show - Live in NZ for the First Time

The Catherine Tate Show – Live in New Zealand for the First Time


Thursday, June 7, 2018 – The critically acclaimed, award-winning comedian and actor, CATHERINE TATE, is bringing The Catherine Tate Show - Live to New Zealand for the first time, with shows in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch commencing November 28, 2018.

Tickets for all shows go on sale at 12pm, Tuesday June 12.

My Live Nation members can secure tickets first during the exclusive pre-sale beginning 12pm, Friday June 8.

For complete tour and ticket and information, visit: livenation.co.nz

In never before seen sketches, the tour will unite some of Catherine's best-known characters from her hugely successful BBC series 'The Catherine Tate Show', broadcast on TVNZ in New Zealand. The cast will include 'Nan' Taylor, Irish nurse Bernie, Geordie Georgie, Essex girl Sam…and the return of a certain argumentative teenager…

Catherine Tate said; “I cannot wait to start this tour. Live shows are my favourite thing to do and we are going to have a blast in New Zealand. Exciting!”

Nan said: "The Catherine Tate show. What a load of old s**t!"

Joining Catherine on her first ever live tour is long–term collaborator Niky Wardley. Niky will take to the stage alongside Catherine as she reprises some of the many characters she embodied throughout the series. They will be joined by David O’Reilly.


THE CATHERINE TATE SHOW – LIVE

BRUCE MASON CENTRE, AUCKLAND WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 28

OPERA HOUSE, WELLINGTON FRIDAY NOVEMBER 30

ISAAC THEATRE ROYAL, CHRISTCHURCH MONDAY DECEMBER 3


TICKETS ON SALE 12PM, TUESDAY JUNE 12
Live Nation pre-sale begins 12pm, Friday June 8 until 5pm, Monday June 11


For complete tour and ticket information, visit:

livenation.co.nz


For additional information, visit:

www.livenationentertainment.com.


ENDS


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