WUNDERBAR OPEN MIC
EVERY TUESDAY | FREE ENTRY
Our open mic runs from 7:00pm to 11:00pm every Tuesday.
Starring some of our best local talent and professionally mixed by DJ Sam Wally.
All performers get a complimentary drink and, if you bring an empty USB stick, we'll even record your performance for you!
BEN HURLEY: THE STRAIGHT OUT OF LOCKDOWN TOUR
WED 1 & THU 2 JULY | TICKETS $30
One of the most recognisable and hairy comedy faces to come out of New Zealand is coming back to Wunderbar!
Ben Hurley!! Winner of all of the awards! The Billy T Award, The Fred Dagg Award, Comedy Guild 2016 Best Male Comedian & Best MC and Metro Comedian of the year, Ben has been smashing comedy out of the park since a long time ago.
Best known as a regular panellist and head writer for NZ’s top rating TV comedy 7 Days, Ben is a household name in New Zealand.
He's also appeared on numerous TV shows including the eleven NZ Comedy Festival Galas, four AotearoHA Comedy specials, Funny Roots and Would I Lie To You.
Ben’s bringing some friends with him too! Wednesday - Logan Kitney Thursday - Rosie Muir
Ticket sales will be limited so get in quick!!
Pre sales $30 + BF
Concession $27.00 + BF
Door Sales $40.00 (if not sold out prior)
KICK OFF FROM 8:00PM | R18
ELECTRIC TEMPLES & DELTA STOREY
SATURDAY 4 JULY | FREE ENTRY
Shannyn hasn't been the same since a rather rambunctious German sparkle dance party in the weekend. Unfortunately he has started to believe that all cats are plotting against us. He is quite fortunate that he himself does not live with a cat. However, he has become suspicious about their tendency to sleep all day and is questioning what they get up to when they are outside.
In his own words, "It's like the lion king Davey boy. They don't just punch you off a cliff and call it a day. They prolong it and savour it."
He was caught in conversation with Andre yesterday stating "Cats paw, bite, claw and scratch their owners as target practice. This is for when push comes to shove and they finally have the opportunity to strike us in our sleep. They will be well rested and calculating. They will not miss."
Andre asked Jack for his opinion on the subject and he replied that "Maybe that's why cats don't get on with mice, birds or dogs..... Those animals are onto the cats"
This just perpetuated the problem.
The crew tried to track down Gareth Morgan and his crew for emotional support but he was nowhere to be found. We talked to some jazz cats but all we got from them was "Yeah man" and "In the pocket".
Michael and David continued to look for external help and met up with Aaron Caldwell and his band Delta Storey. Aaron suggested that their leader is another famous musician who changed his name to hide his identity.
"He is subtle in his lyricism, he says things like 'ooo baby it's a wild world" and convincing his listeners to distract themselves by saying 'It's not time to make a change, just relax, take it easy"
With a moment of clarity Peter, Delta Storey's drummer, insisted we all head down to Wunderbar to play the gig of our lives and raise awareness of this ever-increasing problem.
"The seasonal mulled wine outta sort these boys out" suggested David to Michael.