Comedians combine for inaugural Globe Comedy Club
The Globe is the venue for an unforgettable night of wit and oneliners as five of New Zealand’s top comedians join together for the inaugural Globe Comedy Club.
The five comedians – MC Vaughan King, Raybon Kan, Jerome Chandrahasen, Cohen Holloway and organiser/performer Sera Devcich – perform at The Globe on Saturday, April 2 at 8pm.
The Comedy Club will be hosted by Billy-T nominee, Vaughan King, owner of Wellington’s comedy hot spot VK’s Comedy and Blues Bar. His awards include Best MC and most offensive gag, so the audience is in safe hands.
Raybon Kan has been voted New Zealand’s Best Comedian twice in both Metro Magazine and North & South.
He’s featured in David Hartnell’s Top Ten Worst Dressed. A former lawyer, Raybon has performed major comedy festivals in Montreal, Edinburgh and Melbourne.
His book, An Asian at My Table, which includes adventures such as being a contestant on the American game show, Wheel of Fortune, is available on Amazon Kindle.
Jerome Chandrahasen is a regular MC and performer on the New Zealand comedy scene and has taken part in multiple NZ Comedy Festivals. He’s won the People’s Choice Award and has appeared on TV2’s Christmas Comedy Cracker hosted by Rhys Darby.
Cohen Holloway is Mr Funny Himself.
He’s one of this country’s top stand-up comedians and a familiar face on TV and films. He was the original swearwolf from What We Do in the Shadows, he’s currently appearing as Tama in Find Me a Maori Bride and is soon to be seen in Taika Waititi’s feature movie Hunt for the Wilder People.
Sera Devcich is the new kid on the block. She’s performed alongside Ben Hurley and Urzila Carlson and is quickly becoming someone to look out for. Sara’s comedy is giving white girls the bad reputation they probably deserve.
‘‘With a line-up like this and only limited seats, you’d better get in quick,’’ the Comedy Club say.
The Globe Comedy Club perform on Saturday, April 2 at 8pm. Book tickets via The Globe website.