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Justin 'Rusty' White

Justin 'Rusty' White

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When:

  • Tue 1 Aug ’17, 8:00pm – 10:00pm

Where:

Basement Bar and Cafe, 355 Trafalgar Square East, Nelson Show map

Restrictions:

R18

After seventeen long hard years, cult classic Christchurch comedian Justin 'Rusty' White is hitting the road again for a nationwide tour of his critically acclaimed, award-winning show, 'I learnt Something Once'.

Justin "Rusty" White is perhaps the ginger stepchild of NZ comedy: solid achiever but often ignored, denied pocket money, or even beaten, he 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.

He's worked with most of the big local names (Ben Hurley, Urzilla Carlson, Brendan Lovegrove, Rhys Darby, Gish, James Nokise, etc. ) and is sometimes name-checked overseas as someone who may be able to help Nigerian royalty get huge amounts of money out of their homeland.

From his nearly twenty years of standup experience, he can convincingly claim to know everything. Well, nearly everything. Most things. Maybe not most, but certainly a whole lot of things. At least twenty. He...learned something once. You owe it to yourself to see this cult classic comic and find out what that thing was.

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

Tickets $15
Door Sales $20

Doors open 8:00 - Show starts 8:30

This show is touring in conjunction with critically acclaimed award winning show 'Her' which stars Justin 'Rusty' White and 2017 South Island Raw Comedy Competition winner Georgie Sivier.

Winner: Best out of towner - Nelson Fringe Festival
Nominated: Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Script & Edgiest Show

This is a story that will have you in tears of laughter while touching on some real situations women know all to 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. Described as 'poignant yet wet-your-pants funny' HER is something you need to see, if not for yourself but for all the 'Hers.' Contains profanity.

(Her is playing at a The Ghost Light Theatre at 7pm)

Tickets to both shows $20

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