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[CLOSED]: Next Big Things

The future of comedy is here with Next Big Things, showcasing ten fresh comedians in an impressively hilarious stand-up show. Hosted by Ben Hurley (TV3’s 7 Days), check out these talented comedians making their name on the kiwi comedy circuit and beyond:

Angella Dravid - Enticingly dark and perfectly strange. As seen on Funny Girls, and winner of Best Newcomer at the 2015 Comedy Guild Awards.

Brendan Kelly - Captivating audiences with his unique mix of heart-felt stories and absurdity. Brendan was a Raw Comedy Quest Finalist in 2014.

Dave McCartney - Self-deprecating but with a contagiously charismatic personality, Dave was a finalist in the 2015 Raw Comedy Quest.

Donna Brookbanks - Irresistibly quirky, Donna’s stand-up is a colourful explosion of curiosity and intrigue. A core member in the improv show Snort.

The Fan Brigade - A musical comedy duo armed with a stringed instrument – and not afraid to use it. As seen on TV3’s AotearoHA and 7 Days.

Frickin Dangerous - Bro NZ’s brownest, funniest and cockiest sketch comedy trio. As seen on TV3’s AotearoHA.

Louise Beuvink - Delightfully dry and with welcomed darkness, Louise was nominated Best Female Comedian in the 2014 Comedy Guild Awards.

Melanie Bracewell - With goofy observations and natural stage charisma, Melanie is a master of anecdotes. She won the 2015 National Raw Comedy Quest.

Scott W Long - An outgoing introvert, Scott’s wit, tomfoolery and honesty will have you in stiches. He was a finalist in the Raw Comedy Quest in 2015.

Tony Lyall - A confident slacker, Tony takes the audience on a trip. He was a Raw Comedy Quest Semi-finalist in 2015.

We have a double pass to Next Big Things to give away (Saturday 23 April). To be in to win, simply subscribe to our newsletter below (if you're already subscribed, you can still enter!)

This competition is now closed

This competition is open to New Zealand residents only. Competition opens 19 April and closes 21 April 2016. The winner will be notified by email. The judge's decision is final and this prize is not exchangeable or transferable, cannot be taken for cash, and is subject to the terms and conditions stated on the tickets. The Pantograph Punch will not be liable for any direct, or indirect consequential loss, damage or disrepair whatsoever which is suffered as a result of, arising from or in connection with, this offer.

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