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April - May 2012

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Notorious* Proudly Presents 

Steve Wrigley & Cyan Corwine

KEVIN: The Musical


The critically acclaimed sensation of the 2011 NZ International Comedy Festival returns for a strictly limited season.

Steve Wrigley and Cyan Corwine bring back their breathtaking comedy horror musical, remastered and re-imagined for 2012. This is a full-scale, all-singing, all-dancing music spectacular, quite simply one of the most delightfully entertaining and funny shows you’re likely to see.

Laugh with child like abandon.” NZ Herald

The best Kiwi musical you’ve ever seen!”


Showing In:



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


Herald Theatre, Auckland


Adults $28.50
Conc. $25.50
Groups 10+ $25.50* service fees may apply


0800 289 842

Show Duration:

1 hour

User reviews

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Ian Davis
Just got back from seeing one of the funniest shows I've ever seen, you really must see this. It's difficult to explain what the shows about but you will not be disappointed as it will appeal to everyone. I do not normally go to the theatre so this was a real treat to be entertained by such funny and talented people. Thoroughly recommended.
Sarah King
Hands down funniest show I have EVER seen at the festival. If you are into musicals you have to see this one, it takes a bit of imagination. Genius, never seen Steve Wrigley show before and stocked we went!
Yvan J Drake
Second show of Day Two - Kevin The Musical, an all singing, all dancing cast of Steve Wrigley and his beautiful wife, Cyan Corwine. It's hard to describe what I saw tonight - other than to say it was brilliant!

I wasn't sure what to expect, I've seen Steve Wrigley sing before so my hopes weren't too high, but I was genuinely overwhelmed. This brilliant combination of Kiwi Janitorial ingenuity, fantastic scripting, and well timed music, left me as a punter impressed with this culmination of hard work from all involved.

This was a fantastic start to the festival for me, the laughs from myself and the rest of the audience was nothing short of authentic. I would highly recommend you take the time to get down and see this second run of this show, only in Auckland, and only next week.

It's a brilliant laugh, and because I haven't devised a ratings system for my reviews, I'll give this performance four and a half out of five plungers.