The 2018 Best Foods Comedy Gala kicked open the doors to the NZ International Comedy Festival and showcased twenty comedic acts, plus a littlesomethin’ somethin’ from the fourthConchord and compère for the night Arj
A full house settled in for the NZ comedy version of the Oscars and the finale of the NZ International Comedy Festival – Last Laughs – hosted by the lanky Paul Ego who tickled the crowd with anticipation for what
The year is 1974. Peaceful Aotearoa is about to be thrown into turmoil. Two unhinged Vietnam vets, one man and his marital problems, a Prime Minister hungry for re-election and a Libyan dictator’s polar bears are all set on a
Best of the Billys saw the winners of the last few years of the Billy T Award (and a ring in from 2006) entertain a packed Sky City Theatre on Sunday 3rd May. Ben Hurley hosted and we have to say, was the stand out of the night.
Last night at the Basement’s ‘studio’ venue, Rhys Mathewson tore the roof down with some no frills, modern material with a truly classic stand up vibe in his show Hombre Lobo. Rhys has an uncanny ability to turn anything
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?