Michele A’Court and Jeremy Elwood have been performing comedy around the country – and around the globe – for over 20 years.
Regular guests on Radio New Zealand’s The Panel, they also feature on TV shows such as 7 Days and The Project, while their co-written weekly column for the Christchurch Post also features on Stuff.co.nz
Insightful as well as outrageously entertaining, they’ve appeared at festivals around the world, from Adelaide to Edinburgh, and are regulars at the NZ International Comedy festival.
Michele enjoyed huge success when she toured ‘Stuff I Forgot to Tell My Daughter’ with AOTNZ in 2016. This time it will be stuff the couple tell each other – intelligent yes, but mostly impudent, irreverent uplifting fun.
Tickets from The Plaza $20 or Eventfinda $22.50.
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