Nic Sampson: Marathon, 1904

Saturday 18 January


Work In Progress

21:00 – 22:00
2Northdown2 Northdown Street
London N1 9BG
Award-winning New Zealand comedian Nic Sampson debuts his epic new show about one of the dumbest sporting events of all time.

On a blistering hot afternoon in August 1904, thirty two athletes representing four nations entered the third Olympic Marathon in St. Louis. Only fourteen finished. What happened in between was a perfect storm of abysmal organisation, unforgivable stupidity, brazen cheating, and rat poison.
This is a true story.

- As seen on The Brokenwood Mysteries, Power Rangers, Steen Raskopoulos Improvises With Friends
- Winner, Best Newcomer - NZ International Comedy Festival 2014
- Nominee, Best Show - NZ International Comedy Festival 2016

“Sampson is at the peak of his game…a beautiful gem of comedic goodness.” - Three
"Possibly nothing in this year's comedy festival will make you laugh harder." - New Zealand Herald
​"This is a world class hour from one of the country's best performers. It's essential." - Stuff

Doors 8:30pm. Show starts 9pm. Latecomers may not be admitted. 18+ Tickets cost more on the door
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