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New shows added to Danny Bhoy's NZ Tour

Scottish comedian Danny Bhoy has added another two dates to his New Zealand run in 2019, touring his brand new show Age Of Fools. An extra show in both Wellington and Auckland have been added, bringing the tour to six shows in four centres this April.

NEW SHOW! FRIDAY 26 APRIL – on sale now from Ticketmaster

NEW SHOW! TUESDAY 23 APRIL – on sale Thurs 20 Dec 9am from Ticketmaster

“He creates a remarkable intimacy with his audience. A must-see.”
The Age

It's been two decades since Danny started his stand-up career and since then has won critical acclaim all over the world with his unique brand of observational storytelling.

“Brilliantly original and intoxicating comedy.”
The Guardian, UK

His success at home in Scotland tells only a small part of the story. Since his first visit abroad to Australia in 2003, Danny has become one of the most globally successful and prolific comics working in the world today. He has built up a massive following in Australia, New Zealand and Canada, where he regularly tours record-breaking shows. Danny’s unique brand of story-telling and razor-sharp wit has been described as “effortlessly funny”, and “the stand-up equivalent of Bill Bryson”.

“This is a show you could see time and time again. Exceptional”
The Sunday Mail

Danny’s first two DVD’s Live at The Opera House, and Live at the Athenaeum released only in Australia and New Zealand, enjoyed huge success. And in early 2012, Danny recorded his first worldwide DVD in his home town of Edinburgh, Live At The Festival Theatre. In addition, to regular appearances on Canada’s Just For Laughs galas, Danny has also performed three times on Live At The Apollo, which he has also hosted. He has also featured on the The Late Show with David Letterman and has recorded a highly prestigious one-hour Comedy Central Special entitled Subject To Change.


WEDNESDAY 24 APRIL – limited tickets still available from Ticketmaster
NEW SHOW! FRIDAY 26 APRIL – on sale now from Ticketmaster
Or phone Ticketmaster 0800111999

NEW SHOW! TUESDAY 23 APRIL – on sale Thurs 20 Dec 9am from Ticketmaster
SATURDAY 27 APRIL – limited tickets still available from Ticketmaster
Or phone Ticketmaster 0800111999

SUNDAY 28 APRIL - tickets available from Ticketek
Or phone 0800Ticketek

MONDAY 29 APRIL - tickets available from Ticket Direct
Or phone Ticket Direct 0800 224 224

New Wellington show on sale Thursday 20 December, 9am

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