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Sanjay Patel

At Last The 2011 Show


Finally, the comedy show you wanted to see in 2011 has arrived.

Featuring his best gags from 2011, new bits from 2011 and witty bits about the 2011 show aka the global rugby tournament NZ thankfully won.

Come witness history of sorts with one of NZ's most hilarious up-and-comers, Sanjay Patel, in his solo Festival show debut!

The must-see show of 2012.


Showing In:



Sat 28 April &
Tue 1 - Sat 5 May, 7pm


Brooklyn Bar, Auckland


Adults $19.00
Conc. $15.00
Groups 3+ $15.00* service fees may apply


0800 TICKETEK (842 538)

Show Duration:

1 hour

Critics Review

Ally Mullord,'‘At Last’ confirms Patel as a serious Kiwi comedy talent.'open/close
Sanjay Patel’s At Last – the 2011 Show is an enjoyable, pointedly awkward romp through news events from the last year.

In the hour-long show Patel discusses and dissects a range of topics, using everything from the World Cup to the Royal Wedding as a springboard for his understated observational comedy.

At Last is mercifully free of audience participation; Patel relies instead on deadpan delivery and dry humour to engage, often pausing mid-gag to launch into a digression or explanation of some obscure detail.

The show is Patel’s first solo stand-up, and at times this was apparent – his material is stronger than his delivery, and some jokes felt forced – but there were enough genuinely funny moments to keep the small audience chuckling throughout.

The Comedy Festival programme calls Patel “one of NZ's most hilarious up-and-comers”. While there is still some fine-tuning to be done, ‘At Last’ confirms Patel as a serious Kiwi comedy talent.

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Keeping up with the Grid - Ingrid Grenar
Sanjay Patel's dead pan delivery had everyone giggling. Unfortunately for a newbie to NZ I missed some of the pop culture references but I enjoyed his on stage persona and slightly surreal subject matter.