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The Rotten Apple Doesn't Fall Far From The Toxic Tree

The Rotten Apple Doesn't Fall Far From The Toxic Tree

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  • Thu 28 Mar, 9:00pm – 10:00pm
  • Fri 29 Mar, 9:00pm – 10:00pm
  • Sat 30 Mar, 9:00pm – 10:00pm
  • Sun 31 Mar, 9:00pm – 10:00pm


Dee's Cafe & Bar, 403 Princes Street, Dunedin



Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $10.25



After touring all over NZ with his recent, highly acclaimed show "My No Good Stinkin' Loser Comedy Show" veteran comedian Dan Brader (in his eleventh year of stand-up comedy with six years in the competitive Australian comedy scene under his belt) now has a new show!

Dan's always covered aspects of his relationship with his Dad and this time he's got a show delves deeply into his dysfunctional relationship with his grouchy, bitter and retired Father who was once a successful executive in the corporate game. Dan's Father has always struggled to relate to his son's career choice and to be fair to his Dad his son has made more than his share of screw ups along the way. This has all resulted in years of bickering and petty insults thrown back and forth at one another.

Dad thinks Dan is a stinkin' loser that refuses to grow up and Dan thinks his Dad is a bitter, old grouch that thinks only with his wallet. Come see the show and decide who you think wins the battle. Is it a clear win for either one? Is it a draw?

Or do they both lose....

"Brader is a comic you will love or hate, but he's never dull." - New Zealand Theatre Review.

"In a comedy world that can be a bit ‘same-y’, Dan Brader dares to be different" - ARTSHUB

"Known for his morally-questionable storytelling, Dan has a way of making your own wild stories seem tame by comparison" - Busselton Mail

Fringe Tags; Comedy, Storytelling, Spoken Word

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