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Titters Comedy Club Presents 

Rob Callaghan & Guests

Mini-Fest Out West

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A multi-media extravaganza, filled with both local and international talent, stand-up, sketch, musical and improvised comedy. A showcase of acts performing in the Festival, hosted by comedian and resident MC of Titters Comedy Club - Rob Callaghan, a healthy portion of the Festival served out West.

 

Showing In:

Auckland

Dates:

Fri 4 - Sat 5 May, Fri 11 - Sat 12 May, Fri 18 - Sat 19 May, 8:30pm

Venues:

Titirangi Theatre, Auckland

Tickets:

Adults $25.00
Conc. $18.00
Groups 8+ $20.00* service fees may apply

Bookings:

09 827 0137

Show Duration:

2 hours
 

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Taimi Allen
went to see the Titters "Mini-Fest" last night as part of the comedy festival in Titirangi Theatre.
5 stars.
The Audience were in such raucous hysterics for the entire show that I had to strain at times to hear the punch lines.

It was a wonderful lineup hosted by the charismatic master of physical storytelling; Robert Callaghan. Rob is more than just a bridge to the other performers, he works the audience well, including them and using them in his comedy which pulls the absurd from his own personal and often painful mental health journey and turns it into something poignant yet hilarious.

John Carr warmed us up with his hip-hop meets retirement village set; as the grandfather of "crumping" he shed new light on such diverse subjects as fruit-shopping and alzheimers with his quirky rap.

Ed Caruthers, the winner of the festival's most inappropriate joke has mastered the art of making the audience simultaneously laugh and squirm with quick paced one liners that play on his sociopath style.

James Keating and Clayton Carrick-Leslie finished the show with their polarised styles. James has nailed the deadpan niche, short stories that show off his intellect and observation are interspersed with ridiculous one-liners that remind you of your favourite childhood jokes, whereas Clayton's face paced pathos and knack for accents has you equally laughing at and with his relationship disasters.

This is just the first line up of 6 shows in the basement of Lopdell House, and a real coup for Titirangi. If you live out west, there really is no excuse to go - I'd tell you about it personally but I've actually lost my voice from laughing so much. yes. Seriously!
Taimi Allan
I went to see the Titters "Mini-Fest" last night as part of the comedy festival in Titirangi Theatre.
5 stars!
The Audience were in such raucous hysterics for the entire show that I had to strain at times to hear the punch lines.
It was a wonderful lineup hosted by the charismatic master of physical storytelling; Robert Callaghan. Rob is more than just a bridge to the other performers, he works the audience well, including them and using them in his comedy which pulls the absurd from his own personal and often painful mental health journey and turns it into something poignant yet hilarious.
John Carr warmed us up with his hip-hop meets retirement village set; as the grandfather of "crumping" he shed new light on such diverse subjects as fruit-shopping and alzheimers with his quirky rap.
Ed Caruthers, the winner of the festival's most inappropriate joke has mastered the art of making the audience simultaneously laugh and squirm with quick paced one liners that play on his sociopath style.
James Keating and Clayton Carrick-Leslie finished the show with their polarised styles. James has nailed the deadpan niche, short stories that show off his intellect and observation are interspersed with ridiculous one-liners that remind you of your favourite childhood jokes, whereas Clayton's face paced pathos and knack for accents has you equally laughing at and with his relationship disasters.
This is just the first line up of 6 shows in the basement of Lopdell House, and a real coup for Titirangi. If you live out west, there really is no excuse to go - I'd tell you about it personally but I've actually lost my voice from laughing so much. yes. Seriously!
Taimi Allen
went to see the Titters "Mini-Fest" last night as part of the comedy festival in Titirangi Theatre.
5 stars.
The Audience were in such raucous hysterics for the entire show that I had to strain at times to hear the punch lines.

It was a wonderful lineup hosted by the charismatic master of physical storytelling; Robert Callaghan. Rob is more than just a bridge to the other performers, he works the audience well, including them and using them in his comedy which pulls the absurd from his own personal and often painful mental health journey and turns it into something poignant yet hilarious.

John Carr warmed us up with his hip-hop meets retirement village set; as the grandfather of "crumping" he shed new light on such diverse subjects as fruit-shopping and alzheimers with his quirky rap.

Ed Caruthers, the winner of the festival's most inappropriate joke has mastered the art of making the audience simultaneously laugh and squirm with quick paced one liners that play on his sociopath style.

James Keating and Clayton Carrick-Leslie finished the show with their polarised styles. James has nailed the deadpan niche, short stories that show off his intellect and observation are interspersed with ridiculous one-liners that remind you of your favourite childhood jokes, whereas Clayton's face paced pathos and knack for accents has you equally laughing at and with his relationship disasters.

This is just the first line up of 6 shows in the basement of Lopdell House, and a real coup for Titirangi. If you live out west, there really is no excuse to go - I'd tell you about it personally but I've actually lost my voice from laughing so much. yes. Seriously!