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Ben Hurley’s Straight-out-of-lockdown Tour

Friday, 29 May 2020, 1:56 pm | Notorious Entertainment

Bringing NZ’s live entertainment venues back! Ben Hurley has teamed up with the Save Our Venues campaign and announced a tour covering many of the smaller around the country. With many venues doing it tough throughout the lockdown, Ben figured ... More >>

This is not a stand up show, this is actual proper nonsense!

Tuesday, 28 March 2017, 10:38 am | Notorious Entertainment

Don’t come along to this show expecting a Ben Hurley stand up show with his classic observations and jokes, this is a punk-rock-stand-up-comedy musical spectacular. More >>

Steve Wrigley vs. America

Thursday, 12 March 2015, 11:45 am | Notorious Entertainment

Having moved to The America with his young family, Steve Wrigley is returning for a brief sojourn especially for the Comedy Festival. With just a short run in Wellington before a season in Auckland, this will be Steve’s first New Zealand solo show in ... More >>

Jaime Bowen: Head Goes Bang

Wednesday, 11 March 2015, 11:44 am | Notorious Entertainment

The second instalment of an undefined series of hour long shows sees Jamie Bowen backing up his 2014 hit show Heart Goes Boom , a finalist for the prestigious Fred Award alongside Rhys Darby and Trygve Wakenshaw. More >>

Dai Henwood in Fonzie Touched Me

Tuesday, 12 April 2011, 1:26 pm | Notorious Entertainment

Sir Edmund Hillary, Sir Winston Churchill and Fonzie from Happy Days have something in common. They were all childhood heroes of Dai Henwood. More >>

Keeping New Zealand Awesome Since 1978

Tuesday, 28 April 2009, 1:29 pm | Notorious Entertainment

Shabba – SCHA-BUH – adjective/verb/noun/whatever, meaning good or positive (i) A word to be shouted whenever you feel like it for no reason whatsoever EXAMPLES: 1. “Great party… SHABBA!” 2. “I’ll have to hang up, I’ve got to pick ... More >>

Simon McKinney Sells Out Opening Night!

Tuesday, 22 April 2008, 11:48 am | Notorious Entertainment

Proving that although there may be a slump in the economy the people still want comedy. More >>