WOOT! Let the countdown begin. The NZ International Comedy Festival begins at the end of April. I’m performing my new stand-up show, Positive Pessimist in Auckland and Wellington.
The Auckland season is a limited run (two nights in an intimate venue) so booking ahead is recommended bigly. (You know what, I also recommend booking for Wellington, but then again, I would.)
Hey, Dunedin. You’ll be the first to see my new stand-up show, Positive Pessimist, at the Fringe this March. Despite the title, I am looking forward to this. It’s been a while since I’ve been down in your parts. The show runs for four nights at the Dog with Two Tails.
Show details, hype, alternative facts, and booking information are
The Classic Comedy Club hosted a debate between the comedians of 1997 (as we were ageistly labeled) and the comedians of 2017, on the topic: You Don’t Know How Lucky You Are.
We mature comics argued that the 2017 comics were luckier than us. Mike King hosted, with proceeds going to the Key to Life charity. On my team
My column today tackles the major news story of our time. You can read it here.
Me and the brilliant Nick Rado are coming to Picton and Havelock next week for a couple of double headers. We will stand-up in serial, and in parallel. (That’s right, we intend the shows to be electric.)
Bookings for Picton are available at Eventfinder.
Havelock bookings are available here.
We look forward to visiting your hemisphere, and hearing your exotic laughter noises.
I’m performing short sets in Sydney this week. Here’s the schedule:
Wed Sep 14 Hemingways Manly
Thu Sep 15 Hive Bar Erskineville
Fri Sep 16 Hotel Steyne Manly
Sun Sep 18 World King’s Cross
See you there 🙂
My column last week, on the subject of New Zealand’s problems with freshwater and drinking water. You can read it here.
My column the week before also touched on this subject. You can find it here.
How does Michael Phelps win more medals than anyone else? How did Mark Todd get into contention for a gold medal at the age of 60? I address these issues, and indeed, solve them, in my latest column in the NZ Herald.