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Jeremy Elwood's (Un) Common Sense

When:

Tue 17 May 2011, 7:00pm
Wed 18 May 2011, 7:00pm
Thu 19 May 2011, 7:00pm
Fri 20 May 2011, 7:00pm
Sat 21 May 2011, 7:00pm

Where: The Garden Club, 13 Dixon St, Te Aro, Wellington

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adults: $25.00
  • Concessions: $22.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: Elephant Publicity

Do you regularly ask yourself “Why did I do that?”
Do you read the news and wonder “What were they thinking?”
Do you find yourself looking around at your fellow human beings and marveling “How did we wind up here?”
And are you desperate to have a laugh about it, but don’t know where to start?

If so, look no further than Jeremy Elwood’s (un)common sense.

A Comedy Festival favourite and regular panelist on both TV3’s 7Days and Radio New Zealand’s The Panel, Jeremy is well known for serving up hilarious stand up infused with intelligence and thought. critics and audiences loved 2010’s show, Jeremy Elwood Thinks Too Much, calling Elwood “an immensely skilled comic artist, and at the same time a very thoughtful humanist philosopher” (Theatreview.org.nz) and naming it “Best Comedy” at the 2010 Dunedin Fringe Festival.

(un)common sense is a sequel, of sorts. It continues Elwoods’ bold take on non-conventional topics, finding the humour in the best, worst and weirdest parts of the world around us whilst always looking below the surface of what we might take for granted. Elwoods’ festival shows are always an event, something more than a regular set in a bar or club, and this year promises to be no different, so even if you’ve seen him before, you definitely haven’t seen (un)common sense.

In 2010, Jeremy Elwood headlined comedy clubs across New Zealand, Sydney, Indonesia and Singapore as well as appearing regularly on NZ television and radio. In 2011, he continues to observe, question and dissect our society, and turn what he finds into comedy gold. If you want more from a standup show than blandness or whimsy, if you want to leave the venue with sore ribs from laughing and a sore head from thinking, and if you’ve ever wanted answers to those pesky questions we started with this is the show for you.

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