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The Meteor Theatre plays host to a night out in aid of the recent disaster in Nepal. How funny is the Nepal situation right now? Not very. But Hamiltonians with heart will have a laugh at our own expense for the over theres that we cares about. …….TAHI, RUA, TORU, WHA, RIMA!! There are FIVE very funny comedians fresh from the New Zealand International Comedy Festival descending from the big city of Auckland on a mission to be side-splitting hilarious. So put your hands in your pockets, drag your butt, vote with your feet, and help Nepal get back on theirs!
WINE AND BEER available for purchase at the Meteor.
James Keating has been a professional comedian for ten years now. He has performed comedy throughout New Zealand and Australia, and in 2009 was nominated for the prestigious Billy T Award. James has appeared on hit television shows 'A Night at the Classic' and 'Pulp Comedy'.
"James Keating's material combined with his deadpan delivery is hilarious. He has developed into one of the most talented comedy joke writers in NZ. A must see." - Brendhan Lovegrove
"Quick, clever, intelligent rapier wit." tvnz.co.nz
Brendon Green, as seen on Best Bits, AotearoHa, and a 2014 Billy T Award nominee is one of NZ's nicest hidden comedy gems. He tells charmingly crafted personal stories, infused with clever wordplay, sly social observations, and an emotional honesty that sometimes worries his Mother.
Dave Nicholls: ‘Danger Dave’ - Ex cop, ex professional cage fighter, emergency nurse, this man really does have better work stories! Dave's fast paced stories will leave you in fits of laughter exploring everything from his dating mishaps through to awkward moments in the emergency room. This is a 111 ride you won't want to miss!!!
"Nicholls was full of energy and drawing from his time as a police officer and a nurse, delved into the type of 'work stories' that were actually funny." - NZ Herald
Sophia Johnson was a national Raw Comedy Quest finalist in 2014, and comes to you fresh from the successful 2015 NZ International Comedy Festival show 'Probably Shouldn't Have Told You That'. She's also the one who keyed your car.
Tim Muller is a Swiss-Kiwi comedian who affirms the importance of good oral hygiene in all aspects of life. As a result, studies show that his teeth are up to 97% better than yours. Tim usually feels awkward when writing about himself, but has found using the third person for this bio an effective way to break through the angst and false humility.
“Smart, interesting and very funny new comic. Definitely one to watch.” – Brendhan Lovegrove.
"hilarious musical comedy and quirky dry humour" - NZ Herald
Comic Relief for Nepal - a night of non-stop laughs for the Red Cross earthquake appeal.
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