One show - four different comedians
1. To describe a person who exudes great style and personality with confidence and expresses their own style and not letting others influence who they are or want to be.
2. A person whose character makes them stand out from the rest.
For years, our NOTHING BUT STAND UP line up has taken crowds by storm. Each year we change it up. One year we featured an all male line up, one year we brought out the girls. We've had an all Kiwis, all Ozzies and we've mixed it up too. This year, we're separating them again with not just one, but TWO shows. The Divas and the Dudes.
Two separate shows. Playing back to back. Every night!
You can also get yourself a double fix of Comedy in one night by purchasing seats to Nothing But Stand Up Dudes and Divas back to back. Click on the BOOK NOW button to find out more.
Cal Wilson went across the ditch in 2003 and has gone on to become one of New Zealand and Australia’s most popular comedians. Her stand up shows are as engaging as they are hilarious, often bringing the audience's stories to life alongside her own.
After a few years in writer’s rooms and on the telly, Cal returned to the stage in 2017 with her brand new solo show Things I’ve Never Said which drew sold out crowds to comedy festivals around Australia and appeared on the prestigious Melbourne International Comedy Festival Oxfam Gala.
Also featuring in Nothing But Stand Up Divas showing at the Laugh Lounge on Sixty6 every night!
Winner of “Comedienne of the Decade” at the 2010 NZ Comedy Awards, Michèle A’Court is a stand-up comedian and writer. She has been on New Zealand TV screens since 1987 and still turns up all over the place. She talks a lot – sometimes on radio and TV, sometimes in pubs and clubs – and works the comedy circuit in places like San Francisco, Las Vegas, Vancouver, Brisbane, Adelaide, Auckland and Mangawhai.
With an unselfconscious charm and a superb skill for finding the funny in true stories Geraldine Hickey has been described as a ‘deceptively cheery dame who’ll quietly take out your innards.’
She is revered in the industry as a comedian’s comedian and has been shortlisted for the ‘Piece of Wood’ award at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival multiple times. A veteran of many seasons of The Melbourne International Comedy Festival and a regular on the club and pub circuit around Australia. This is her New Zealand debut.
Those who know Justine, or have seen her perform, will know she does not suffer fools gladly. Her charming and expressive performance take her audience along the journey with her, while never far from a punch line or a subtle gag using the raise of an eyebrow.
This Christchurch girl made good, now residing in West Auckland, there’s not a lot that gets past Justine. A leading light of New Zealand Comedy and simply one of our best.