American comic Wayne Brady is making some very special New Zealand appearances as part of the NZ Comedy Festival. The star of Whose Line Is It Anyway and Don’t Forget The Lyrics is well known for his improvisational genius, unique musical talents and limitless impersonation skills. He's an extremely versatile entertainer with a long history of classic comedy appearances, both live and on television.
Wayne will be presenting his show, Making S%!t Up, in Auckland on 2 May, Wellington on 4 May and in Christchurch on 5 May. Brady’s show is structured in classic old-time variety style, incorporating improv, singing and even dancing. We have two double passes to the Wellington and Christchurch shows for a ticket competition. We also have a pair of tickets and an opportunity to meet Wayne Brady for one lucky winner in Auckland.
To be in to win, tell us what YOU make up or have made up. Put your dubious utterances in the Comments section of the Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch event pages and, in the spirit of Wayne Brady's shows, we'll pick the best made-up S%!t.