Florian Habicht is in Auckland ahead of the screening of his film Pulp: a Film about Life, Death & Supermarkets at New Zealand International Film Festival. This intimate tale of a band and their home city is not your
We caught up with some of the folk involved in The Dark Horse at the opening of the New Zealand International Film Festival.
A healthy dose of self-deprecation was nicely balanced out with some friendly self big-uppance as Matt Stellingwerf too the ‘stage’ at the Luna @ Q Theatre. Now famous for it’s toilet slash green room, Matt made
Dan Nightingale claims to be funnier than your funnies mate. He also claims to be a bit of a dick. Dan is back in New Zealand with his new show Dan Nightingale Is Trying His Best Not to Be a Dick. We had a chat with Dan ahead of
We met up with two top Kiwi comics performing at the NZ International Comedy Festival in Cahoots with Old Mout Cider – Rhys Darby and Jarred Christmas. Rhys Daby’s had a big year, he found mountain gorillas in
Maarten Idema, Becky Crouch and James Steward are Rule of Three. Combining shrewd musical comedy, sharp one-liners and surreal ranting, this trio bring their contrasting styles together for a show with more than two kinds of
Tom Binns aka Ian D Montfort is the psychic for all, believers and sceptics. Tom is back in NZ for the NZ International Comedy Festival in cahoots with Old Mout Cider. The winner of the Best International Show at the 2013 NZ
As part of our video series for 2014 NZ International Comedy Festival in cahoots with Old Mout Cider we caught up with the wonderful Urzila Carlson. Urzila performs to sell out crowds and pops up on your telly screen a bit too.
In the first of our series of New Zealand International Comedy Festival 2014 video casts we met the Billy T nominees. Billy T James changed the face of comedy in this country, and to celebrate his memory and achievements, the New
2013 NZ Ukulele Festival, the biggest of its kind in Australasia, will take place at The Trusts Arena in Auckland on Saturday, 30 November. Last year the festival attracted over 12,000 guests and 2013 is set to be even bigger