Cadbury Crunchie Comedy Gala

8:30pm – Friday, May 14 on TV 3

If you enjoyed the Cadbury Crunchie Comedy Gala – then TV3 has something special for you this week – Cadbury Crunchie Comedy Gala Special: The Internationals screens on Friday, May 14th at 8:30pm on 3.

The Cadbury Crunchie Comedy Gala Special: The Internationals will see a selection of the international acts who performed at the opening of the TV3 sponsored comedy festival, including: Julian Clary (UK), Heath Franklin as Chopper (AUS), Carey Marx (UK), Avenue Q (USA), and many others.

Make sure not to miss this hilarity when the Cadbury Crunchie Comedy Gala Special: The Internationals screens on Friday, May 14th at 8:30pm on 3.

Screening for the first time on TV3, The Cadbury Crunchie Comedy Gala was a ratings success, pulling in a 32.3% share when it was broadcast at 8.30pm last night, viewed by over 240,000 people aged 18-49.
 
Made up of highlights from the LIVE opening night last Friday (April 23) the two-hour show blended highlights from a mix of the international and local comedians that united on stage for the event.
 
Hosted by the ever-charismatic Rove McManus (Rove), the Cadbury Crunchie Comedy Gala show last night included some of the 7 DAYS crew, with stellar performances form Jeremy Corbett, Steve Wrigley and Ben Hurley.
 
Viewers can look forward to the return of 7 DAYS next Friday, with a special one-hour launch on May 7 from 9.30pm on your home of comedy, TV3.

8:30pm – Wednesday, April 28 on TV 3

TV3, your home of comedy, is this week bringing the Cadbury Crunchie Comedy Gala to your screens! The Cadbury Crunchie Comedy Gala screens on Wednesday, April 28th at 8:30pm on 3.

A rib-tickling regime of international and local hilarity, the Cadbury Crunchie Comedy Gala 2010 unites over 20 acts on one stage. Hosted by the ever-charismatic Rove McManus (Rove), the Cadbury Crunchie Comedy Gala includes:

Jimeoin (AUS), whose last performance at the 2008 Cadbury Crunchie Comedy Gala brought the house down with the mere flinches of his eyebrows, alongside the intricacies of washing machines.

Heath Franklin’s Chopper (AUS), returning to New Zealand to see “how the f**king hell we are”, offering up his words of wisdom and informing us why we should “Make Dead History”.

From Cripple Creek, Colorado’s very own Wilson Dixon (USA) returns with his laconic country songs and always-deadpan delivery.

And some of New Zealand’s finest comedians will also come out and play, with TV3’s Jeremy Corbett, Ben Hurley and Dai Henwood taking a break from 7 Days to enlighten fellow Kiwis, whilst Ewen Gilmour helps citizens understand Auckland’s new super city.

Make sure not to miss this hilarity when the Cadbury Crunchie Comedy Gala screens on Wednesday, April 28th at 8:30pm on 3.

(Also available On Demand at tv3.co.nz)