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Rado and Raybon

Rado and Raybon

When:

  • Wed 21 Mar, 7:30pm

Where:

Old Lodge Theatre, 11 Revell Street, Hokitika Show map

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $20.00

AOTNZ tour March 2018.

Leading comedians Nick Rado and Raybon Kan have separate slots in the first half of the show, then come together in the second to solve problems suggested by the audience.

And if the audience doesn’t come up with enough burning issues of the day, they’ll offer their own! They guarantee the world won’t end during the show.

Nick Rado:
Award winning presenter, producer, writer and MC as well as comedian Nick Rado has performed stand-up comedy to critical acclaim in the UK, US, China, Australia and NZ, as well as performing in the Edinburgh, Leicester, Brighton, Bath, Hong Kong and NZ comedy festivals. He’s looking forward to jousting with Raybon on this upcoming tour.

“Crowd pleasing buffoonery at its best.” – Three Weeks, Edinburgh Festival

“Charm, timing, originality and above all, funny, Rado has it all.” - Headliners Club, London

Raybon Kan:
Born in Masterton and moving at an early age to Wellington after his family moved to NZ, Raybon Kan showed early promise as a performer, becoming School Council President while at high school and captaining Victoria University to second place in the World Universities Debating championships, only pipped at the post by Oxford University.

Completing an LLB honours degree, he also won the Dominion Journalist Scholarship and the Energy Law Research scholarship while at Victoria.

Named Best Comedian by Metro and North and South magazines on numerous occasions, Raybon has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe and a host of other international comedy festivals, appeared on TV’s Pulp Comedy, Nightline and other programmes, starred in a number of films, and written several books, including ‘Five Days in Las Vegas’ and ‘America on Five Bullets a Day.’

After living overseas for a few years, he has returned to New Zealand, continuing to provide commentary on social issues in print media, and is a guest speaker for events.

Book: Hokitika's Regent Theatre

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