Self Deprecating Eclecticism present

Dying to Meet You

Auckland
Wednesday to:
20 Feb
Friday
22 Feb

Venue Location

2 Newton Road, Auckland City

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Prices

STANDARD:

FULL
$15.00
CONCESSION Gold Card carriers, Equity members, Students - all with valid ID
$10.00

Timing

Running Time: 60 minutes

Venue Location

2 Newton Road, Auckland City

Discounts

Group 4+

Get a group of 4 or more together to one Show, click to apply the discount and pay only $10 each!

Payment Options

Credit Card
2.50%
Bank Transfer
$1.50
Online Eftpos
1.80%

Delivery Options

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free
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Critically acclaimed Auckland based comedian and writer Ashton Brown is bringing his award winning comedy show to the 2019 Auckland Fringe Festival.

After winning 'Best out of Town Show' at the 2018 Comedy Carnival and selling out his shows in the NZ International Comedy Festival for two years in a row, Ashton Brown (writer for 7-Days, TVNZs Pokerface) is bringing DYING TO MEET YOU back for two more shows.

Featuring Ashton's uniqe mix of stand up comedy, character sketch and interpretive dance, Ashton has a self deprecating style and shameful honesty as he discusses the frightening mystery of death. Come see this award winning theatre writer do what he does best - entertain (and sweat - a lot). 

This is likely the last chance you have to see this show in Auckland. Do not miss out. 

Directed by Ben Moore

"enviable mix of razor sharp jokes and his warmly affecting delivery that just pulls you into his world."
- The Speakeasy


Please note: 
Adult themes, Trigger Warnings - Discussions around death
Suitable for audiences 16+