Heath Franklin's Chopper in Make Deadsh!ts History
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|Tue 11 May ’10, 8:45pm–9:45pm||
|Wed 12 May ’10, 8:45pm–9:45pm||
|Thu 13 May ’10, 8:45pm–9:45pm||
|Fri 14 May ’10, 8:45pm–9:45pm||
|Fri 14 May ’10, 10:30pm–11:30pm||
|Sat 15 May ’10, 5:00pm–6:00pm||
|Sat 15 May ’10, 8:45pm–9:45pm||
Where: SkyCity Theatre, Cnr Victoria and Federal Sts, Auckland
Restrictions: All Ages
Event listed by: LaughingStock
****DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND - EXTRA SHOWS ADDED -10 30pm Fri May 14 and 5pm Sat May 15 *****
Every 3 seconds, somebody, somewhere in the world is being a deadsh!t.
After 2009’s sell-out hit Harden the F**k Up New Zealand, Heath Franklin's Chopper is back, head-butting his way across the Tasman, tackling an issue bigger than world poverty or climate change – eradication of the terminally stupid.
In a world that is designed to protect people from their own stupidity, Chopper is worried that natural selection isn't getting a fair go. They say charity begins at home; sometime it begins at the end of a gun. Bono, Chris Martin, Bob Geldof - all the songs and all the concerts in the world aren’t going to change the fact, the world has never been a safer place for total deadsh!ts. Forget Band Aid, Live Aid, Whinge F**kin’ Whinge Aid - finally there’s a cause we can all get behind and a celebrity who has the moustache to pull it off.
Make Deadsh!ts History is Franklin’s second full-length show with his comic creation Chopper, In 2010, he will return to NZ, visiting Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington, New Plymouth and Christchurch.
Coinciding with its NZ premiere, the live DVD of Make Deadsh!ts History, filmed at Pentridge Prison in Melbourne, will be released in May 2010.
From the creative mind who gave you cutting off peoples toes for money and lots of f-words comes a new show about deadsh!ts and the people who hate them. So, donate today, help Chopper help you 'Make Deadsh!ts History'.
Together, we can do this.
Nominee, Best International Show - 2009 New Zealand Comedy Festival
'Australia's funniest comedy character...' ***** (5 stars) - Sunday Mail
'Franklin is a true comedy talent.' **** 1/2 - The Age