Frickin Dangerous World Tour of Tāmaki Makaurau (Glen Innes)

What happens when a Filipino, Iranian/Pakistani and Māori comedian join forces and perform some of their all-time favourite sketches?

  • Buy tickets online at Eventfinda or at door.
  • Ages 15+
  • Cost $15
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  • Sat, 23 Sep at 7:30PM

You get Frickin Dangerous Bro's World Tour of Tāmaki Makaurau, that's what!

Fan of our sketches? Seen us on TV? Well, we're hitting the road, and bringing our show out to the people of East Auckland, with the help of the Auckland Diversity Project Fund.

Tickets are limited and only $15!
(Additional booking fees may apply)

Buy your tickets online at Eventfinda follow this link or at the door at Te Oro.

Like and follow us on Facebook for more tour info, plus the chance to get a special discount code to make the tickets even cheaper!

Show start: 7:30 pm (60 min)
15+ (unless with Parents or Guardian)

Plus, after the show we'll be doing a short meet and greet to get some of your feedback, so come grab a selfie or just come say hi!

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Frickin Dangerous Bro is NZ's brownest, funniest, and cockiest sketch comedy trio, consisting of stand-up comedians Jamaine Ross, James Roque & Pax Assadi

Jamaine, James & Pax are all accomplished standup comedians in their own right, but together, they're comedic juggernauts, who like to exaggerate when describing themselves.
Bringing together their sharp comedic wit, well-crafted writing, and poor acting skills (except James, he’s actually a trained actor); they’re guaranteed to have you laughing at their fresh, unique, multi-cultural and (most importantly) hilarious points of view.

Jamaine was a co-presenter and writer on satirical comedy show Brown Eye is a regular panellist on 7 Days and is a writer on Jono and Ben.
James has appeared on a wide range of television shows including 7 Days, Jono and Ben, After Hours, AotearoHA: Driving Stories, Funny Girls and the Chopper's Republic of Anzakistan.
Pax has appeared on 7 Days, Brown Eye, Word Up, and a Burger King commercial once.

“Unsurprisingly, it’s all very, very funny. It’s very difficult not to be caught up in their fun.”
- Liam Golds (

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