Just as the biggest annual event in NZ comedy was getting underway, Spinoff Comedy co-editor Natasha Hoyland ended up in hospital. But now she's back and raring to go – in time for the festival to enter the home straight.
Comedy co-editor Natasha Hoyland ended up in hospital as the opening nights of NZ International Comedy Festival's second week were kicking off. So she asked the comedians to review their own shows in her absence.
Comedy co-editor Natasha Hoyland recaps the shows she's seen and what she's looking forward to in this festival diary for Week 1 of the NZ International Comedy Festival, proudly sponsored by Flick Electric Co.
Nazeem Hussain talks living in the jungle, talking to strangers, and how NZ Comedy could be the next big thing.
Spinoff Comedy co-editor Natasha Hoyland shares her highlights from the Flick Electric Co. Comedy Gala, New Zealand's biggest night in comedy.
Natasha Hoyland reviews the Basement Preview Show, a showcase of acts performing at The Basement during the comedy festival.
First up in our new video series Comedians Answer Our Questions, aimed at introducing you to a number of faces in this year's comedy festival, we had comedians reflect and â€¦
Comedians Hamish Parkinson and Ryan Richards have formed a new comedy act for this year's comedy festival. Comedy co-editor Natasha Hoyland has a chat with the Fuq Boiz over Facebook messenger.
Australian troupe Aunty Donna have been taking the internet world by storm with their insanely hilarious sketch comedy. Natasha Hoyland talks to member Broden Kelly about how Aunty Donna came to be and their plans for their upcoming New Zealand shows.
Can't wait until the festival starts to get your comedy fix? There's plenty of live comedy and exciting events on in the lead up to the festival. Spinoff Comedy co-editor Natasha Hoyland picks the cream of the crop.
We review the entire country and culture of New Zealand, one thing at a time. Today: Natasha Hoyland can't comprehend the L&P fusion food craze. I ask myself this time and â€¦
Tour producer (and Spinoff Comedy co-editor) Natasha Hoyland joins Guy Williams on his mini tour of New Zealand in the lead up to his Comedy Fest show Why Am I Like This?.
Natasha Hoyland talks to Ashton Brown about phone-call terrors, mental health, and why anxiety doesn't necessarily hinder his performance.
During the New Zealand International Comedy Festival, ‘Behind the LOLs’ will reveal the inner workings of some of our finest comedy talent.