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Michele A'Court and Jeremy Elwood


Fri 8 Oct 2010, 8:15pm–9:30pm

Where: The Fringe Bar, 26 Allen Street, Wellington

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $22.50 ($20.00 + $2.50 fees)
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Listed by: Humorous Arts Trust

For the first time in nearly a decade two of New Zealand’s best stand up comedians will share the bill in Wellington. The couple who brought you the smash hit NZ Comedy Festival shows “If You Want Me I’ll Be In The Bar” and “The Horror…The Horror” return to the capital for one night only, in the intimate setting of The Fringe Bar.

Michele A’Court, a familiar voice on Radio NZ National, a familiar read from “Your Weekend” magazine, and a familiar face on almost every New Zealand comedy show from Pulp Comedy through to 7Days, is without doubt this country’s best female comedian. Michele is considered one of our top social commentators, using her wit and wisdom to explore the lives we lead and the society we lead them in. This is a rare chance to see her live in her once hometown of Wellington, don’t miss it.

“An intelligent, engaged and observant stand-up comedian…You get the feeling she could pump out an amusing opinion on anything if you gave her five minutes and a microphone. That's no small talent.”- Christchurch Press, January 2010

Jeremy Elwood also has numerous awards to his name, including “Best Comedy” at this year’s Dunedin Fringe Festival for the critically acclaimed “Jeremy Elwood Thinks Too Much”. A regular panelist on TV3’s 7Days, and the author of the Political Animal blog on, he is also one of NZ’s most well-travelled stand-ups, having performed at leading comedy clubs and festivals in Canada, the US, the UK and South East Asia. In fact, Jeremy is fitting this one-off Wellington show in between recent headline gigs in Singapore and Australia and an upcoming solo tour to Bali and Jakarta. See him before he winds up in an Indonesian prison.

“Elwood is an immensely skilled comic artist, and at the same time a very thoughtful humanist philosopher.” – Theatreview, March 2010

“Michele A’Court and Jeremy Elwood – Live!” promises to be a special night of live comedy with bite – thoughtful, provocative and of course very, very funny. Tickets are limited and the season cannot extend, so book now to avoid disappointment.

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