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Comedy Condiments feat. Jarred Fell

When:

Thu 31 Jan 2013, 8:00pm–10:00pm

Where: The Kingslander, 470 New North Rd, Auckland

Restrictions: R18

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Listed by: DavidOakes

A mezze of comedy talent hosted by the one and only Jarred Fell.

Lineup:

MC: Jarred Fell (AotearoHA)
Jayran Mansouri
Maarten Idema
David Oakes
Steven Boyce
Fooz
Claire Balfour
Logan Kitney
Eli Matthewson

Jarred Fell:

"Exceptional performer, can't be faulted " - TV3

As seen on TV3's International Comedy Gala
As seen on TV One's A Night at The Classic
As Seen on TV3's Aotearoha Comedy Galas the past 3 years .

Jayran Mansouri:

Jayran grew up in a very conservative Iranian family, where her parents expected her to become a lawyer, an engineer or, as a last resort, a gynaecologist. While at school, she was never invited to parties and she was thought to be a bit odd. However, throughout this time she was writing comedy. Now, her comedy ranges from topics like Gandhi to genocide, explored from a unique angle that you must see before you die.

Maarten Idema:

As an Aucklander, Maarten seems to be a rare find - in that he is actually born and raised in Auckland. An up and coming comic, with regular performances at The Classic Comedy Club, Maarten’s humour is dry, playful, smart, and playful. As a North facing comic he tends to get the sun in the morning and evening.

David Oakes:

Originally from the North East of Scotland, David is a regular performer at the Classic Comedy Club in Auckland and the Auckland Comedy scene organising and promoting comedy nights through his events company, “Comedy Capers”. A semi-finalist in the 2012 RAW comedy Quest, David is a clever witted story teller with a slightly warped view on life.

"Very Scottish and very funny" - Brendhan Lovegrove

Steven Boyce:

When Steven Boyce isn’t practising karate, he is the winner of the 2012 Comedy Guild Award Winner for Most Improved comedian. Sadly, after many fruitless hours of Googling “How To Write A Successful Comedy Blurb About Being A Comedian Funny”, he decided to just quickly jot this down so he could get back to his karate. He’s getting really good. He put his foot through the computer monitor last Thursday. You may have seen his karate and/or comedy skills in the critically acclaimed FanFiction Comedy. You probably haven’t heard of him though. I think he got kicked off TV once. If this blurb doesn’t fill you with confidence, I can assure you the other acts will be amazing.

Fooz:

Fooz can regularly be found at the Classic Comedy Bar or Snatch on Ponsonby Road, Auckland. An up and coming Middle Eastern comedian with an irreverent Muslim sense of humour. He'll have you laughing your head off and wanting for more.

Claire Balfour:

Scottish by origin, Claire has a strong stage presence. A semi-finalist in the 2012 RAW Comedy Quest Claire will floor you with her witty and astute observations. "A must see!" - Comedy Capers

Logan Kitney:

After completing The Class Comedians program in 2011 he has taken the Auckland circuit by storm and is no doubt a face to watch out for in 2013. His unique views on dating and self image reflect an interesting childhood and ideas on life.

Eli Matthewson

Eli is originally from Christchurch where he was a regular performer in New Zealand's longest running comedy show 'Scared Scriptless'. He was a national finalist in the 2011 National Raw Comedy Quest after performing Stand-up for less than a year. He also works as an actor and playwright; 'Square Eye Pair', a show he co-wrote and performed, won Best Comedy at the Auckland Fringe awards and will travel to the Edinburgh fringe this year. Most recently he was nominated for 'Best Newcomer' at the 2012 NZ International Comedy Festival for 'Minority Report', along with Edith Poor and James Roque.

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