Join Jamaine Ross in his newest hour of stand-up, where he explores the bad in the world (sexism, homophobia, ISIS) and the good (adult colouring-in books… that’s it).
With a likeable and laidback style, Jamaine’s engaging storytelling and keen observations, will have you laughing your face off, while leaving you with a few things to think about.
There will also be free jet plane lollies.
Jamaine Ross is a born and bred Christchurchian who is becoming a well-known comedic face on New Zealand television as ‘The brown guy with the beard and the hat’.
He’s a regular on TV3’s ‘7 Days’, has appeared on TV3’s ‘After Hours’, featured on Maori TV’s satirical comedy show, ‘Brown Eye’, and has made cameo appearances on TV3’s ‘Jono and Ben’ and ‘Funny Girls’.
His stand-up comedy achievements include winning the Raw Comedy Quest in 2012, opening for Tenacious D on their New Zealand tour in 2013, and being nominated for the prestigious Billy T Award in 2014
On top of all of that, he spends his days as a writer on TV3’s ‘Jono and Ben’, records a weekly comedy podcast with his comedian friends called ‘The Issues Podcast’, and is one third of sketch comedy trio, ‘Frickin Dangerous Bro’.
“Jamaine is hilariously funny, and his comedy is very intelligent and accessible.”
– Chelsea Hughes (ruminator.co.nz)
“Likable and laid back, with a growing maturity in his material.”
– Liam Gold (keepingupwithnz.com)
“I’ve known this guy for 30 years. Actually he’s my son.”
– Jack Black (International Comedy Superstar)
10- 14 May 2016
9:45 PM – 10:45 PM
Toto, Nelson St