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Feminism, Humour

Funny birds and where to find them

Funny birds and where to find them

By Jennifer O’Sullivan As a woman who works in comedy, I am sad that there are not more of us. In fact, I’m sad that 90% of comedy performed this festival comes from one perspective

by × March 21, 2014 × 1 comment

Reviews

Comedy fest review: Jeremy Elwood – Notes

Comedy fest review: Jeremy Elwood – Notes

Jeremy Elwood is one of the mainstays of New Zealand comedy. He’s appeared on several TV shows, comedy galas, even stepping out as a serious actor on stage. And there’s a reason why he’s been around for so long (fourteen festivals apparently)*. He’s just that good.

by × May 18, 2013 × 0 comments

Reviews, Uncategorized

Comedy fest review: Greg Ellis – Vance Fontaine for Lovers

Comedy fest review: Greg Ellis – Vance Fontaine for Lovers

It’s a small crowd packed into the large Foxglove Starlight ballroom. Which is a real shame because the next hour or so proves to be a masterclass in musical improv comedy.

by × May 18, 2013 × 0 comments

Reviews

Comedy Fest review: Alexander Sparrow – A One Night Stand

Comedy Fest review: Alexander Sparrow – A One Night Stand

Alexander Sparrow is a bright young thing from Wellington’s up-and-coming comedy scene.

by × May 17, 2013 × 4 comments

Feminism, Reviews

Comedy fest review: Michele A’Court, Stuff I forgot to tell my daughter

Comedy fest review: Michele A’Court, Stuff I forgot to tell my daughter

Michele A’Court has long been one of New Zealand’s premier comedians, she’s won oodles of awards and has pretty much clocked comedy.

by × May 17, 2013 × 0 comments

Reviews

Comedy festival review: Adam Wright & Rick Threlfo in Gloriously Average

Comedy festival review: Adam Wright & Rick Threlfo in Gloriously Average

It’s a bold marketing ploy calling your show “Gloriously Average” but that’s what two up-and-coming Wellington comics have done.

by × May 11, 2013 × 0 comments