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Paul Williams

SUMMERTIME LOVE

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The summer is coming. You know what that means: beaches, bathing suits and boys (or girls depending on your sexual orientation. I personally prefer girls I just didn’t want to ruin the alliteration).

Hi, I’m Paul Williams and I’m here to teach you how to be a ladies’ man or a man’s lady or a man’s man or a ladies’ lady. Again, whatever your sexual orientation is. There’ll be some songs, there’ll be some jokes and also I’ll help you find your one true love. Cheers.

“Paul keeps it real.” – James Acaster

"Insanely talented." – Rose Matafeo

The summer is coming. You know what that means: beaches, bathing suits and boys (or girls depending on your sexual orientation. I personally prefer girls I just didn’t want to ruin the alliteration).

Hi, I’m Paul Williams and I’m here to teach you how to be a ladies’ man or a man’s lady or a man’s man or a ladies’ lady. Again, whatever your sexual orientation is. There’ll be some songs, there’ll be some jokes and also I’ll help you find your one true love. Cheers.

“Paul keeps it real.” – James Acaster

"Insanely talented." – Rose Matafeo

Facebook - Paul Williams

Twitter - @PaulWilliams_12

Instagram - @paulanthonyalanjoneswilliams

  • Auckland Shows
  • Wellington Shows

Ticket prices

Full Price $18
Concession $15
Group 5+ $15
Cheap Wednesday $15

*service fee may apply

Duration

1 hour.

No wheelchair access

Occasional bad language

Ticket prices

Full Price $18
Concession $14
Group 6+ $13
Cheap Wednesday $13

*service fee may apply

Duration

1 hour.

Wheelchair accessible on request

Occasional bad language

Reviews

"It's not just the surprising dancing, the great voice, the amazing songs and the quirky humour – it's the spirit and joy that Williams creates with his audience so effortlessly." - Patrick Davies, Theatreview
"The show is kind of a grab-bag of bits and jokes, but the eclecticism works.-In another performer’s hand, it could be grating, but in Williams’, it’s beautiful and endlessly endearing." - Sam Brooks, The Spinoff
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