I caught up with @GordonSouthern in the Green Room at The Classic after his last show here in Auckland in February. Read below to find out about this year’s show, and his experiences as a full-time comedian for the last 16 years.
I had a wee chat with NZ’s Joke Of All Trades . Keep an eye on the blog over the next few weeks, for we may have a couple of giveaways for it :)
I was lucky enough to be able to get a few minutes of the great Rhys Darby’s time for an interview. You can see him back here in May for the tour for his show “This Way To Spaceship”. You can also buy the ajoining book by the same name, released through all good bookstores on April 12.
I had a chat with Jeremy Elwood about his Comedy history, and what He’s bringing to the festival this year.
The links and details of his show are below, and if you’re not sure (though be careful, these may sell out very quickly), I’ll be seeing Jeremy’s show on the 28th of April, and you can expect a blog about it, so you can make the decision to go, after that!
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I caught up with Dai Henwood (by email) to get some information from one of NZ’s biggest (in reputation) comedians.
You might know Dai from 7Days, Jono’s New Show, Rolling The Dai, or any number of comedy shows of the last decade.
I caught up with the fantastic Steve Wrigley and the wonderful Justine Smith at The Classic after the first Raw Comedy night of 2012. Below are the transcripts of the conversation. The audio for this (despite the hilarity that ensued) probably won’t be made available, due to the amount of stuff I’d have to censor, due to incriminating stories told, poor jokes on my part, and inside information mentioned.
Don’t forget, you can find Jussi and Steve, with Dai Henwood’s podcast HERE.