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.
Here’s my Herald column this week. Seems to have struck a chord. You can read it online here.
That’s the question posed by Sonia Gray in the Spinoff, a website focused on TV and media. It’s a question I’ve often asked, but possibly with more self-serving intent. Contrast the faces broadcast from TVNZ, in the Auckland CBD, and TV3, in Eden Tce — versus the faces walking the streets outside these
My column in the NZ Herald after the resignation of Mark Weldon as CEO of MediaWorks. Click it, snack it, share it.