Tickets are available for $20 - $25.
Tuesday 9 - Saturday 13 May 2017

James Nokise has spent the last 10 years focusing on biting political satire, then Brexit happened, then Trumpapocalypse happened. So this year it’s jokes on sports, New Zealand’s favourite pastime! If John Key can retire from politics, then so can James.

He’ll theorise as to why Steven Adams is the end of the All Blacks, why he’d rather take on Manu Vatuvai than Maria Tutaia and why Richie McCaw may be Jesus.

But be aware this show may contain traces of politics.  




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Last updated: 18 June 2019