Te Radar: Opinionist

Live at the Hive: Christchurch 11 August Jul 31st 2010

Te Radar will be appearing at Live at the Hive, Christchurch’s new comedy venue on the 11th August.

Here’s the buzz – The Hive will be home to an evening of kick ass comedy this August!

Three hilarious Kiwi comedians at the top of their game will be in Christchurch for one night only. Te Radar, Rhys Mathewson and ChCh’s own Grant Lobban will bring their unique comical stylings to The Hive, so be sure to catch them up close and extremely personal. Also performing is Jared Corbin as MC, most commonly known from the ever impressive sketch group; The Outwits.

Very limited ticket sales due to the intimate size of the venue so get in quick! No allocated seating, so be there early to get a good seat.

Tickets $20 available from Honeypot Cafe 112 Lichfield St. (on sale from Friday 23rd July)
Doors open 7:30pm
A delicious pizza menu is available!

For more info: 021 935 093

Te Radar: Star of TV’s ‘Off The Radar’ and ‘Radar’s Patch’. Te Radar won the Fred Award in 2009, the Billy T in 1998, he also he won Best Local Show for the 2009 comedy festival, is a veteran of 6 series of Pulp Comedy TV and heaps of other stuff!
Unique in NZ comedy, ‘Te Radar’ is the deconstructionalist of stand-up comedy. A scarfie graduate from Dunedin he has been in the local comedy business for over 10 years.
Rhys Mathewson: Recently took out the Billy T Award 2010 and has many achievements to his name, such as appearing on Campbell Live, 7 Days and Close Up, opening for kiwi comedy titans Brendhan Lovegrove and Dai Henwood, and being invited to share the stage with UK comedy great; Phil Nichol. Rhys is fondly known to his comedy elders as King of the Chumps, and is definitely the one to watch this year.

Grant Lobban: 2008 BILLY T COMEDY AWARD NOMINEE One of Greymouth’s greatest cultural exports and considered by many as a ‘comedians comedian’ for his total disregard for the rules and structure of stand-up comedy.

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