I feel like I have to preface this review by saying: I’ve never been a big fan of Shortland Street. I think it’s because I was born just a little bit too late to be swept up in the show during its heyday. So it was with a
Silo Theatre’s 2015 hilarious hit Hudson & Halls Live! is back for a mid-winter kitsch Christmas alongside a big dollop of creamy nostalgia. The season has kicked off at Q Theatre and I can say it was an 80’s delight
Last night at the final show of the 2017 NZ International Comedy Festival powered by Flick Electric Co. the Festival came to a close after 115 shows in Auckland and 68 shows in Wellington. I’ve been to six Last Laughs and this
And we’re live! The gloriously camp kitsch kitchen high jinks of Hudson & Halls Live is the latest from Silo Theatre and they’ve definitely cooked this one to perfection. We’re at the Herald Theatre to attend a
I first witnessed Chris Parker’s talent for dancing at a comedy night at Golden Dawn, where his gleefully childlike physical comedy brought tears of laughter to the crowd. Tonight I saw the extended version – the full
Squeezed into The Basement Theatre last night at midnight, surrounded by a rowdy lot of tipsy twenty something’s, I felt like I had stumbled onto one of NZ’s best-kept comedy secrets. Why had I never been informed of Snort?