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Comedy.co.nz Productions Presents 

Craig Campbell

Craig Campbell

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Welcome back to our favourite Canadian headliner, Craig Campbell, as seen on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, one of the most charismatic and inventive performers on the circuit. His unique ability to find humour in the mundane, coupled with his own natural eccentricity makes for truly inventive storytelling. Now an internationally acclaimed act, Craig’s whimsical travel anecdotes never fail to surprise.

“Bringing a tale to life like a young Billy ConnollyEdinburgh Evening News

 

Showing In:

Auckland Wellington

Dates:

Mon 14 - Sat 19 May, 8:30pm

Venues:

San Francisco Bathhouse , Wellington

Tickets:

Adults $26.00
Conc. $22.00
Groups 10+ $22.00* service fees may apply

Bookings:

0800 TICKETEK (842 538)

Show Duration:

1 hour
 

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J
Went last night and have a sore face from laughing so much! me and the other 7 I went with were laughing the whole way throughout Craig's act. Was the first time seeing him live and thought he was fantastic! I want to go see it all over again, definitely recommend!
Jo
Such a funny take on life, I love how Craig delivers the most hilarious insights in such a matter of fact way...by far one of the best comedians I have seen in a long time. Unique, original, highly intelligent yet slightly dysfunctional! Go see!!!!!
Keeping up with the Grid - Ingrid Grenar
As a last minute addition to my itinerary last night I popped in to The Classic to see Craig Campbell, a Canadian comedian who I had not seen before but whose poster won me over.
It was a quiet Monday crowd and one that I am not entirely sure appreciated the genius story telling capabilities of Craig Campbell.

I found him totally engaging, clever, sometimes quite unexpectedly shouty, but overall very funny. He had a great ability to sound improvised and to interact with, and include his audience. Having not seen him before I am not sure how much of the show was improvised but it certainly had that feel. It strikes me that he will adapt and meander around the interaction and commentary he gets from his audience.

He is a Canadian and proud but has many stories from around the world with humorous observations from his experiences in the Netherlands, UK, Norway as well as his homeland.

He is exactly the kind of stand –up I love and could listen to him for hours. He has similarities to his countryman Tony Law, as they both tell long tales with huge expressive movements and tone to get you to giggle.

Craig is able to delve in to his own life and travel experiences and link them together to form an hour of hilarious and varied antidotes including character voices as well as social commentary. It is the breed of comedy I admire so much and it’s no surprise he has been compared to Billy Connolly.

I believe his show will evolve during the week and no night will be the same, he is definitely one of my picks and I am so glad his poster caught my eye.
Will Haworth
Saw Craig last night and he was amazing, even funnier than I expected. I was very disappointed at the low turnout as he deserves much more but that didn't stop him from performing an amazing show that had everyone in the audience crying with laughter. I recommend everyone catch this show as Craig is clearly one of the top comedien's in the world at the moment and NZ will be sorry when he is gone.
Ingrid Grenar
As a last minute addition to my itinerary last night I popped in to The Classic to see Craig Campbell, a Canadian comedian who I had not seen before but whose poster won me over.
It was a quiet Monday crowd and one that I am not really sure appreciated the genius story telling capabilities of Craig Campbell.

I found him totally engaging, clever, sometimes quite unexpectedly shouty, but overall very funny. He had a great ability to sound improvised and to interact with, and include his audience. Having not seen him before I am not sure how much of the show was improvised but it certainly had that feel. It strikes me that he will adapt and meander around the interaction and commentary he gets from his audience.

He is a Canadian and proud but has many stories from around the world with humorous observations from his experiences in the Netherlands, UK, Norway as well as his homeland.

He is exactly the kind of stand –up I love and could listen to him for hours. He has similarities to his countryman Tony Law, as they both tell long tales with huge expressive movements and tone to get you to giggle.

Craig is able to delve in to his own life and travel experiences and link them together to form an hour of hilarious and varied antidotes including character voices as well as social commentary. It is the breed of comedy I admire so much and it’s no surprise he has been compared to Billy Connolly.

I believe his show will evolve during the week and no night will be the same, he is definitely one of my picks and I am so glad his poster caught my eye.