New Zealand Herald critic Ethan Sills dived into his second week of reviewing the NZ International Comedy Festival. Check out his highlights below.

"Matthewson is a talented and clever stand-up, and excels when working with an hour of sharply honed material. He has taken an easily marketable idea and twisted it perfectly, seen best when contrasting mythology and Christianity. I wish that element had been the sole focus, as personal stories always make a show more unique but many of them here, such as growing up gay and Christian, are glossed over due to the various other topics that get


Ross Noble