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HER - National Tour

HER - National Tour

When:

  • Fri 4 Aug, 7:00pm – 8:00pm

Where:

Shed 23, 23 Princess St, Palmerston North Show map

Restrictions:

R13

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $15.00
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Winner: Best out of town show
Nominated: Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Script and Edgiest show

HER is a show like no other, mainly because most theatre shows aren't led by a pair of bumbling tradies called Bev and Bruce...this is a story that will have you in tears of laughter whilst touching on some real situations women know all too well. Justin 'Rusty' White and Georgie Sivier perform this 2 'wo' man play, weaving a trail of masterfully crafted and vibrant characters as they go.

'Holy sh*t! that was hilarious!'
'Is it weird that I want to watch it again right now?!'
'That...was...Awesome!'

This award winning show has caused audiences to throw their underwear at the stage screaming 'more! more! more!' - it's a must see!

Delve into the depths of Bev and Bruce's Storage Royalty, a company renting out vaults that enclose the deepest of human secrets, the forbidden feminine truths and a lifetime of memories...

This show is touring in conjunction with critically acclaimed 'I Learnt Something Once' by cult classic Christchurch comedian Justin 'Rusty' White. He's worked with most of the big local names (Ben Hurley, Urzilla Carlson, Brendan Lovegrove, Rhys Darby, Gish, James Nokise, etc. ) and has made his smudgy mark on the NZ comedy scene by relentlessly not sucking in venues great and small throughout our green and queasy land.

Best Comedian - 2016 Christchurch Comedy Awards
Best Show - 2017 Frinch Awards
Best Male Comedian - 2017 GoMedia Comedy Carnival

Tickets to both shows: $20

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