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Comedy Condiments


Thu 25 Oct 2012, 8:00pm–10:00pm

Where: The Kingslander, 470 New North Rd, Kingsland, Auckland

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • General admission: $20.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: Comedy Capers

Comedy Capers presents Comedy Condiments with MC Dan Brader hosting a taster of 8 new pro and up and coming comedians.


MC Dan Brader
David Oakes
Anthony Wilson
Peter Dodds
Tim Batt
Matt Stellingwerf
Stephen Witt
Dean Brown

Dan Brader:
Dan Brader is a 30 year old comedian and comic book writer who has performed all throughout Australia and New Zealand. He's performed in the Melbourne Comedy Festival, Melbourne Fringe Festival and Dunedin Fringe Festival. He's also run successful comedy rooms in both Melbourne ("The Death Star Canteen") and Dunedin ("Dan Brader's Comedy Den"). In 2012 he had his first comic book "The Adventures Of The Kite Family" published. He plans on returning to Australia as of November but will be back in New Zealand for festival and tours.

"In a comedy world that can be a bit ‘same-y’, Dan Brader dares to be different" - Artshub

David Oakes:
Resident funny man and self Proclaimed 'Skiwi' (Scottish Kiwi)
"very Scottish and very funny" - Brendhan Lovegrove

Anthony Wilson:
Look out for Anthony in 2012 , a graduate of the Class Comedians programme with a confident approach on stage, some original perspectives and great hair.

Peter Dodds:
Locked in a dark room and forced to watch endless repeats of Sharky and George Peter Dodds emerged a couple of years back, threw a dart in a map, hit New Zealand and began to craft his comedic stylings there.

2011's Raw Comedy semi finalist tackles tough subjects of rape, paedophilia and what not to do if you want to keep your girlfriend. He's performed in Edinburgh, London and Fiji and is now tickling your comedy fancies right here in Auckland!

He is the self-proclaimed funniest half Pakistani half Iranian comedian in New Zealand, even though most would agree that he fits the criteria to be classed as an endangered species

Born and raised in the Land of The Long White Cloud you get the best of both worlds with Pax. A fusion of east and west. He developed a love for comedy at an early age by realising that being funny was the best way to make it through life as a brown and hairy young man in a mostly hairless place. He competed in the 2011 Raw Comedy quest were he surged his way to the final. A style that pokes fun at all cultures and is a little bit racist but fun times nonetheless. Come and see Pax do his thang because he would love to see you.

Tim Batt:
By day, Tim is the producer on Radio Hauraki's afternoon drive show. By night he's possibly drunk. By the weekend he's sometimes in Six60 music videos (Rise Up), being a finalist in the Raw Comedy National Contest (2011) and staring in competition-topping 48Hour films (The Child Jumpers). He hopes you've had a great day.

Matt Stellingwerf:
A new face on the comedy scene and 2012 Raw Comedy Quest semi-finalist.

From his auspicious birth in Hamilton things would only get better for Matt Stellingwerf, eventually moving from just-outside-Paeroa to a-ways-from-Wanganui. It seemed from an early age that wherever Matt settled, laughter and increased instances of chlamydia were sure to follow!

Matt now brings a worldview inspired by alcoholic shearing gangs, bizarre Dutch relatives, and criminological theory to the stage and attempts to answer some of life's enduring mysteries. So come along, grab a brew, have a laugh and remember...lower expectations make it better for everyone!

Stephen Witt:
Stephen Witt faces the commonplace, day to day happenings with a sideways perspective that will leave you wondering when to laugh. This average, everyday, run of the mill, square, Aucklander whets the appetite of those who crave something fresh and original. He is a new face on the comedy scene and became a finalist in this years Raw Comedy Quest.

DB Brown:
'Sexuality, addiction, kittens and cows? The subject matter is not so typical comedy fare. Winner of a Gold Star in Waitoa Primary Story Time 1975. Adults only rating applies, come to the dark side.'

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