Posted by Sasha Hendry, entertainme.co.nz - 8 May 2012
What more could we ask for from the 7 Days team? No area was out of bounds, no line was left uncrossed. It was a night of quick witted, unapologetic upfront banter. 7 Days Live is not for the faint hearted!
Posted by Olivia Young, entertainme.co.nz - 8 May 2012
The pick n’ mix aisle is always a favourite of mine, and the Comedy Gala offered an array of brilliant talent to see at the festival.
Posted by Tim Gruar - Groove Guide - 8 May 2012
"The packed room never drew breath for laughing so hard, the mirrors had steamed up to writing point"
Posted by Bridget Jones stuff.co.nz - 7 May 2012
He was engaging, he was clever and most of all he was bloody funny. From learning German while working in a sausage factory to his fear of rodents, Doherty's quirky, laidback take on comedy is utterly charming.
Posted by Darren Bevan, TVNZ.co.nz - 7 May 2012
O'Doherty is a master craftsman, a wordsmith of whimsy, a raucous raconteur and a showman of utter style.
Posted by Miranda Lee, Comedy Festival VIP Blogger - 7 May 2012
I feel like going to a comedy show is a bit like a first date.
Posted by John Smythe - Theatreview - 6 May 2012
"In his relaxed, casual, self-effacing yet quietly confident way, TJ McDonald delivers"
Posted by Yvan Drake - 24 Days Of Giggles - 6 May 2012
"...kept the audience on their toes for the duration of the show..."
Posted by Karin Melchior - Theatreview - 6 May 2012
"The Pitch is a great night out; I can't wait for the TV series!"
Posted by Suzie Hart - Stuff.co.nz - 5 May 2012
The Boy makes good use of well-known songs, timed for maximum comic effect.