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  • Fri 4 Sep ’15, 8:45pm – 11:00pm


Dragons Den Social Lounge, 357 Colombo Street, Christchurch



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  • General Admission: $20.00

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Jamaine Ross

This month at Dragons Den Social Lounge, we have a stellar line up! Two former Chch comedy prodigies return to us from Auckland! David Correos & Jamaine Ross are on their way and bringing with them Brendan Kelly, plus dragging Simon Kingsley-Holmes up from Dunedin.

Tickets available soon...
Pre-sales $20+bf through Cosmic Ticketing
Door sales $30

David Correos...

The ethnic chameleon that is David Correos hails from the leper colony of comedy that is Christchurch.
While relatively new to the comedy scene David has already proven himself by performing alongside some of NZ's comedy heavyweights.
He's a master of bad life advice, awkward dancing and strange stories.
He's the filipino definition of WTF

Jamaine Ross...

Jamaine Ross is a born and bred Christchurchian who is making huge waves on the New Zealand comedy circuit with a list of achievements that is long and varied.
In 2012 he won the RAW Comedy Quest, in 2013 he toured with Tenacious D and headlined the 5-star reviewed 'The Medium Rare Comedy Showcase' at the 2013 NZ International Comedy Festival, and in 2014 he was nominated for the Billy T Award for his debut solo show 'Jamaine Says Funny Things' at the 2014 NZ International Comedy Festival.
In 2015 his career has continued to grow, becoming a regular on TV3's '7 Days', appearing on TV3's 'After Hours', as well as featuring on Maori TV's satirical comedy show, 'Brown Eye'.
On top of those achievements, he spends his days as a writer on TV3's 'Jono and Ben', and recording a weekly comedy podcast with his comedian friends called 'The Issues Podcast'.

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