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Raybon Kan in Clear & Present Manger

When:

Sat 21 Apr 2012, 7:00pm–9:00pm

Where: Onehunga Workingmens Club, 158 The Mall, Onehunga, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages Licensed

Ticket Information:

  • Full price: $25.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: RaybonKan-Com

Join comedian Raybon Kan on the highway to the Manger Zone!

Relish the thrill of living mangerously!

Tickets are on sale from the club now!
Ph (09) 636 5600
Email: Manager@owmc.co.nz

Raybon Kan reviews:

“Raybon Kan turned in an excellent performance in front of a full house. Given the free Classical Sparks concert on at the same time, packing them in was no mean feat, and Kan obviously has a large following. It’s easy to see why. He has a ready wit, an engaging personality with bags of charm, and the true comedian’s ability to take the ordinary, the mundane, the unnoticed, and turn it into the bizarre.” - The Press, Christchurch

“Comedian Raybon Kan has always been an intelligent and witty commentator on life and all its incongruities. His decision to make the giant leap from the printed page to centre stage some years ago was a daring one. But as he showed last night, he has made live comedy his own. It’s easy to be swept along for a roller-coaster ride that also provokes some serious thought.” - Otago Daily Times

“Kan is an endearing performer, boyish and self-deprecating, yet not in the slightest bit needy. Some of his material is very dark and some is as light as air, and most of it works. A highlight of the festival.” - Fiona Scott-Norman, The Age, Melbourne

“That Raybon Kan holds our attention and keeps us laughing for 80 minutes that seem like 40 is a good indication of his talent. He offers extraordinary ways of seeing the ordinary.” - National Business Review

“A well-thought-out succession of gags that blended the contemporary, such as embarrassing post-September 11 airport frisking checks, with toe-curling audience participation.” - South China Morning Post, Hong Kong

“The new improved bionic-driven Kan – more self-assured and funnier than before. His new confidence also shone through when dealing with the audience. The Opera House isn’t the easiest place to create an intimate relationship but Kan weaved his magic as he paced the stage, never letting an interjection go by without witty rebuttal.”- Evening Post, Wellington

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