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Amnesty International Presents 

The Secret Policeman's Ball - Hosted by Te Radar

The Secret Policeman's Ball

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The Secret Policeman’s Ball is back in it’s third year, bringing you the best in kiwi and international comedians all standing up for freedom of expression.

Strap yourself in for an evening of top quality hilarity with the bonus feel good factor of supporting a good cause.

This year with special guest host Te Radar, featuring James Nokise, Guy Williams, Ian D Montfort (UK), Justine Smith, Tarun Mohanbhai and more to be announced!

All money raised goes directly towards funding Amnesty International’s crucial work defending human rights around the world.

www.amnesty.org.nz

 

Showing In:

Auckland

Dates:

Sun 4 May, 7pm

Venues:

Comedy Chamber, Auckland

Tickets:

Adults $40.00
Conc. $40.00
Groups 0+ $40.00* service fees may apply

Bookings:

09 970 9700

Show Duration:

2 hours
 

Critics Review

Regan Crummer - Theatreview.org.nz'A sprinkle of one comedian here, and a shower of another there allow the show to pulse along at a lively pace, and laughter rarely departs the chamber...'open/close
This is, in simple terms, a hilarious evening for a very worthy cause. All funds raised go towards Amnesty International's work in defending human rights worldwide. It ticks almost all of the right boxes. Do I enjoy myself? Tick. Would I like to see some of the acts again? Tick. It is a great misfortune for Auckland theatregoers that it only runs for one night, as it is most definitely a mirth-quaking show, and one I will not forget for a long while.

Te Radar hosts the evening, and the audience are fortunate to hear from nine comedians, drawn from all corners of the comedy world. The mixture of different comic styles is mostly marvellous, and it is delightful to be exposed to such a variety. A sprinkle of one comedian here, and a shower of another there allow the show to pulse along at a lively pace, and laughter rarely departs the chamber.

Read more here:
http://www.theatreview.org.nz/reviews/review.php?id=6995

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