Jake Howie: Girls Girls Girls


Jake Howie has always been one of the girls, and embraces it with gusto - from being Ginger in Spice Girl routines to sympathising with Glenn Close in Fatal Attraction - even though she boiled that bunny out of spite. Jake has dedicated himself to the girls from day dot, but what does it mean to be one of the girls when you’re a boy? 

Let Jake take you through his credentials as he uncovers that being one of the boys or one of the girls is about anything but gender. 

Kiwi comedian Jake Howie made his start on the vibrant London comedy scene, where he sharpened his chops regularly treading the boards at some of the world’s top clubs. After winning the Reading Comedy Festival New Act of the Year, Jake placed as a finalist in the highly prestigious UK industry showcase, the NATYS (New Acts of Year Awards), placing him in the company of previous finalists including Russell Brand and Stewart Lee. The multi award-winning comedian has also been crowned winner of Blackout at Up the Creek and the New Act of the Week at the Comedy Cafe Theatre in the UK.

As a young actor in Auckland, Jake had a recurring role in cult Kiwi soap Shortland Street as Jed, and was sent to France by TVNZ for the show Working Holiday. 

Now based in Australia with his Italian husband, he’s appeared everywhere from Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras' iconic comedy showcase Laugh Out Proud and SBS TV’s Insight to massively popular podcasts including The Chaser Report and Just The Gist as co-host. With Jake’s childhood, and family’s escape from, Scientology an ongoing source of fascination to audiences and media, global social media juggernaut LADbible published a feature article about Jake in 2023. 

A regular feature act, MC and headliner at Australia’s top comedy clubs, he's taken his solo comedy shows everywhere from the Brighton and Edinburgh Fringes to Leicester Comedy Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival and a sell-out run at New Zealand's home of live comedy, Auckland’s The Classic. With his Australian solo debut topping TimeOut Sydney's 'Best Things To Do' list at Sydney Comedy Festival, this rising star is a force to be reckoned with.

Girls Girls Girls is a love story about the girls who raised him, the girls who befriended him, and the girl within. 

‘Tears of laughter... hilarious’ Berkshire Live (UK) 

‘A true comedy star…Jake Howie shines bright with killer jokes and a fresh new perspective’ Express (NZ)

 ‘Seriously funny... be prepared for tears of laughter. He’s the business and I highly recommend his show’ Newshub (UK)

Dates: Wednesday 8 May & Friday 10 May, 8:15 pm

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