After two sell out seasons in the 2019 New Zealand International Comedy Festival, 2019 Billy T award winner Kura Forrester debuts in Ōtautahi Christchurch with Kura Shoulda Woulda.
Inspired by her recent history, Forrester lovingly reflects on her life so far and unveils hilarious tales of love, loss, whanau dynamics, Sonny Bill Williams and surgeries. Sharing her contagious spirit for life, Kura unpacks her failures and triumphs, and also plays eccentric, relatable characters throughout the hilariously clever, fast paced show.
As seen on Jono and Ben, Camping and Basement Theatre’s Work Do, Kura Forrester is this years Billy T award winner and should not be missed!
Nau mai, karawhiua mai e hoa mā!
“Simply a dazzling, engaging comedian delivering something simple but deeply, hilariously effective” – NZ Herald
“I love me a bit of comedy that manages to send the audience off with nuggets of insight and beauty as well as sore abs. If you’re into that, go.” – Theatreview
We’re right in the middle of the Terrace… Find Oxford lane (between Terrace Tavern and Amazonita), then go up the stairs behind Little Fiddle, or go up the elevator between Bangalore Polo Club and Amazonita. You can also access it from Shands Lane.
It’s about a block from the bus exchange, and if you are bringing your car then there is street parking down Hereford Street or use the Lichfield Street Carpark, it’s just a stone’s throw away!