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
It wouldn’t be a New Zealand Comedy Festival without Rose Matafeo. In recent years, the former Jono and Ben star, TV host and Snort performer has come to be one of the highlights in the Festival’s calendar, with sell-out
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.
Although there was less Pizza than we were hoping for, that was the only thing lacking at Rose’s performance at The Basement. Perhaps we just haven’t seen enough of her, but we felt that Rose on stage was a totally different
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?
It’s been three weeks of laughing ourselves silly and last night saw the final show of the 21st NZ International Comedy Festival. Last Laughs is a great way to catch some of the many highlights of the festival but it
It’s the final week of the festival so if you still haven’t seen a show where have you been?? There is a great line up for the final week and still so much to see. Here are our picks for week three. A favourite at
Want to get closer to your favourite comedians performing at NZ International Comedy Festival (Well your ears anyway)? Hear all about the best shows at the festival from the Keeping Up With NZ Comedy Festival Podcast. This first
This week the full programme of the NZ International Comedy Festival 2013 was released and in celebration we were treated to one hell of a showcase introducing this years Billy T nominees at Billy T James, Q Theatre. Rose