Event Postponed: Katakata Club


Saturday 5 October 2024

Time

7.30PM – 10.00PM

Pricing

  • Adults $45.00
    Booking fees additional $1.50 per ticket.
  • Venue: Altiora

    Event Postponed

    Due to performer illness this event has been postponed until Saturday 5 October. We apologise for any inconvenience and we will be in contact with ticket holders. 

     

    Katakata Club returns once again for what is quickly being recognised as the hottest comedy ticket in Christchurch. Hosted by Shay Horay, featuring New Zealand's most exciting comedy acts playing within Altiora in the iconic Christchurch Arts Centre. Come to the Katakata Club's third outing. You will thank yourself afterwards!

    After the last three shows selling out we are expecting the same again, so book now. Headlined by TV superstar & Fred Award Winner Eli Mathewson originally from Otautahi, with support from a new addition to the Christchurch comedy scene Melbourne comedian Tessa Waters exclusively for Te Matatiki Toi Ora. Grab your tickets quick as we only have a limited capacity. 

    Shay Horay has been a comedian and artist in Otautahi since the late nineties, dreaming up innovative, quality entertainment. His alter egos include The Rubberband Boy, Keith Preene, Richard Rhythm and many more.

    Eli Matthewson is a Fred Award winning comedian originally from Otautahi. His stand-up has taken him to the Melbourne and Sydney Comedy Festivals and he received five star reviews at the prestigious Edinburgh Fringe. Eli has been seen most recently on the newsdesk on Paddy Gower Has Issues, and has also appeared on 7 Days, Celebrity Treasure Island and was in the first same-sex couple on Dancing With The Stars.

    Tessa Waters multi-award winning “Queen of Physical Comedy” (FestMag) and professional idiot now calls Lyttelton home, where she teaches the Feminist Clown Posse and spends her time teaching tricks to her dog Burnt Toast. 

     

    Location map

    The Gym,
    Worcester Boulevard

    Market Square Hereford St Carpark Boys' High Entrance Engineering Laneway The Observatory Hotel Courtyard South Quad North Quad Registry Student Union The Gym Engineering Cloisters Studio Common Room Library Biology, Observatory and Physics Chemistry School of Art West Lecture Classics Rutherford's Den Clock Tower Boy's High Workshop Great Hall
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