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Louise Beuvink: Quarter-life Crisis

Louise Beuvink: Quarter-life Crisis

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  • Thu 3 Mar ’16, 7:30pm – 8:30pm
  • Fri 4 Mar ’16, 7:30pm – 8:30pm
  • Sat 5 Mar ’16, 7:30pm – 8:30pm


Taste Merchants, 36 Stuart St, Dunedin Show map



Ticket Information:

  • Full: $15.00
  • Concession: $10.00


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Fresh from storming the New Zealand comedy circuit, Dunedin’s prodigal daughter of comedy returns with her trademark delightfully dry and dark style of humour.

Quarter-life Crisis is a spectacular hour of stand-up from one of the country's most promising young comedians. Come on a hilarious and heartfelt journey through the existential crisis of a 25-year-old trying to figure out how she fits in the universe.

As a former writer and performer in the infamous OUSA Capping Show and an original member of the smash-hit local improv troupe, Improsaurus, Louise Beuvink’s roots in Dunedin comedy have taken her soaring onto the national scene.

Now based in Auckland, Beuvink works professionally as a stand-up comedian and regular writer for the hit TV show 7 Days. She recently performed a nearly sold-out season of her show Dark Side of the Afternoon at the 2015 NZ International Comedy Festival, receiving all-round stellar reviews.

So much for that commerce degree, eh?

“Witty, intelligent and has a terrific delivery.” – 3 News
“The future of New Zealand comedy.” – Ben Hurley (7 Days)

- Best Female Comedian nominee – NZ Comedy Guild Awards 2014
- Most Improved Comedian nominee – NZ Comedy Guild Awards 2014
- One of 2014 & 2015’s Next Big Things at the NZ International Comedy Festival
- Support act for Ben Hurley at the 2014 NZ Internatinal Comedy Festival
- 2014 Raw Comedy Quest National Finalist

Coarse Language, Sexual References.

Fringe tags; comedy.

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