TARUN MOHANBHAI: Tarun Talks Wedges
11/05/2010 - 15/05/2010
After working on A Thousand Apologies and The Millen Baird Show, come and see Tarun Talks Wedges a show about the things he is most passionate about, namely wedges and television. Get a glimpse behind the scenes of hisexperience and catch his moving, yet hilarious, tribute to the King of Pop.
Be sure not to miss this new installment of stand-up, song and multimedia from the funniest shopkeeper in your neighbourhood.
Tarun Talks Wedges
Dates: Tues 11 – Sat 15 May, 7pm
Venue: Limelight Laugh Lounge, Aotea Centre, THE EDGE, City
Tickets: Adults $22, Conc. & Groups 10+ $20
Bookings: 0800 BUYTICKETS (289 842) www.buytickets.co.nz
Show duration: 1 hour
A natural entertainer
Review by Rachael McKinnon 12th May 2010
Tarun’s easy-going self-deprecating humour takes him a long way as he talks about some of the ridiculous sides of daily life. From his vantage point of Cellphone Salesman-cum-Comedian there is a plethora of idiocies of which to make fun.
Tarun only talks about wedges once and it’s wedge singular… and it’s a real treat. Keep an eye out. He is assisted with PowerPoint as he shows us signs he has seen which includes a foray into the signage of the Promise Keepers and his own take on them.
From here his topics range widely from the new driving rules, the 40 hour famine, his own Mother and Marmite. Tarun has his own quirky view on each that he shares to good reception on his opening night.
Tarun is a natural entertainer and while I don’t think this was a ‘clean’ show Tarun is fairly moderate with his language giving it a wide appeal.
Tarun Talks Wedges is a fun night out and I heard people in the audience saying “Yes!” when they realised he had hit the nail on the head with things we had all thought but never said aloud!
Catch him at this year’s festival if you can!
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