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Rose Matafeo has kissed nearly 10 men in her life, AKA she’s a total horndog. But what is horniness? Is it that intangible essence of excitement and opportunity? A fire that flickers in the beating heart of every human being? Or is it simply wanting to bone everyone, all the time? Join Rose for Horndog;  a brand-new hour of critically acclaimed stand-up, sketch and mid-20s angst.

Horndog has enjoyed successful performances around the world with sell-out shows at the New Zealand International Comedy Festival, a Barry Award-nominated run at the Melbourne Comedy Festival, and most recently at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe where it was crowned Best Show at the prestigious Edinburgh Comedy Awards. The show was simultaneously highlighted as one of the best shows at the Fringe in the Guardian, Vogue, Evening Standard, The Mirror, Chortle, and British Comedy Guide. 

Rose is a regular face on TV having featured on Have I Got News For You (BBC One), W1A (BBC One), Unspun with Matt Forde (Dave), Jon Richardson’s Ultimate Worrier (Dave) and The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice (Channel 4) in the UK, while in New Zealand Rose is the lead writer and star of the sketch show Funny Girls (TV3) which is in its third series, and a regular on panel show 7 Days (Three Now NZ). She has also written and starred on New Zealand comedy show Jono And Ben At Ten (TV3, NZ) where she interviewed the likes of Amy Poehler, Jim Carrey, Bill Hader, and Amy Schumer.

In 2010 Rose won Best Newcomer at the New Zealand International Comedy Festival, and won the prestigious Billy T Award in 2013. Rose has performed on the NZ International Comedy Gala, at Just For Laughs Montreal and has opened for Reggie Watts and Rob Delaney in both New Zealand and the UK.



It’s another effervescent comedy from this star in the making. A near perfect comedian.

 — Brian Logan, Guardian



A real force of nature

— Paul Fleckney, Chortle


Rose Matafeo is going to be huge.

— Alice Jones, The I


This Kiwi livewire has been on the cusp of breaking through in the UK for a couple of years and Horndog feels like her moment

— Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard

Doors 7:30 | 18+ General Admission
Tickets: $10 advance / $15 at the Door*

*no item minimum |  no late entry

Doors 7:30 | 18+ General Admission
Tickets: $10 advance / $15 at the door* 

*lineup subject to change | no item minimum | no late entry

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