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The Comedy Night

When:

Sat 17 Nov 2018, 7:30pm

Where: Thames War Memorial Civic Centre, 200 Mary St, Thames, The Coromandel

Restrictions: R18

Listed by: taryne87

An Epic Comedy Line Up for a Great Cause
Top New Zealand Comedians

James Roque
James was a stand-out performer on TV3's "AotearoHa: Next Big Things" in 2011 and was nominated for 'Best Newcomer' in the 2013 International Comedy Festival for his solo show "James Roque is Chicken!?".

Jamaine Ross
2012 Raw Comedy Quest Winner
2014 Billy T Award Nominee
He's a regular on TV3's '7 Days', has appeared on TV3's 'After Hours', featured on Maori TV's satirical comedy show, 'Brown Eye', and has made cameo appearances on TV3's 'Jono and Ben' and 'Funny Girls'.
He opened for Tenacious D on their New Zealand tour in 2013

Lana Walters
Lana is a fresh on face to the NZ Comedy Scene following her success in the 2016 Raw Quest where she made the Grand final

Sera Devcich
With a strong background in theatre, award winning actress Sera Devcich has turned her stage prowess to the dark art of stand up comedy. Since then she has rapidly climbed up the comedy rank, performing across the country with NZ's top comics.

And last but not least:
Headline Act: Pax Assadi
2011 Raw Comedy Quest finalist
2013 Billy T Comedy Award nominee
He appears on a number of local television shows Including TV One's panel show Word Up, TV 3s 7 Days, Maori TVs Crack Up and a regular on the critically acclaimed Brown Eye.

Doors open at 7.30pm. Door Sales $45.00- Cash only
Cash Bar available, no eftpos available
18+ Event
Bulk purchase discount available. Please contact Taryn 0277773094 or taryn@hotmail.co.nz to discuss
If purchasing bulk tickets for Business Christmas Function we will reserve seating with your business logo to advertise your support.

Hosted by Make Your Day Events with all proceeds to Steps for Reid- raising funds for Reid Lovett, a 3 year old boy with Cerebral Palsy. His CP affects his legs causing very tight muscles and therefore his ability to walk normally. Currently Reid cannot walk unassisted and has a huge amount of therapy to help maintain and strengthen his muscles. There is limited funding for this therapy so the family has to cover the cost of most of Reid's therapies. Reid's parents Emma and Steven are trying to raise $150k+ to take Reid the USA to St Louis Children's Hospital for SDR surgery that will assist with removing the tightness in the muscles in his legs permanently and give him a better chance at normal movement in his life. Donations are also most welcome. Reid's Give a little page is https://givealittle.co.nz/cause/steps-for-reid/donations

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