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Philip on Wednesday, 20 March 2024

Tim, thanks for asking last night in Auckland, but Kiwi is certainly not a derogatory term for New Zealanders - we are proud to be Kiwis. On the show - I truly think it was the best show I have ever been to. Made me laugh, made me think, even made me cry a little. Truly beautiful performance, thank you.

Orit on Saturday, 16 March 2024

I recently returned from Perth WA, where I saw all 8 Unfunny evenings with my friend Sarah (we travelled from the US and UK). The shows were such an amazing experience, Perth was warm (literally 😉) and welcoming. I wanted to let you know that the community of Minchkins is such a unique thing you made happen in the world. It’s way beyond a fan group. We were welcomed in Perth by people we never met before, they invited us to their homes, took time to show us around, hang out with us, share their love for the Freo Dockers… even Sarah’s and my friendship - we met for the first time in June at the very first Unfunny evening and formed a strong bond that led to us going halfway around the globe together. Every time I’m in the UK for work, Minchkins gather from all over for a meetup to spend time together. I am blown away by the generosity, kindness, fabulous sense of humor, and talent of this group of quirky smart and lovely people. Hard to explain to non-Minchkins why this is not a typical fan group, and it all comes together around our love for your materials, funny or unfunny. They touch us all in different ways and it manifests in these beautiful global friendships. Thank you for that. Oh - and US tour. Please.

Helen Pank on Saturday, 9 March 2024

Wow, just wow. I wish I could be more articulate, but I just don't know how to put into words how your show in Wellington made me feel last night. I tried to explain to my kids this morning when they asked "mummy how was the show?" But they gave up listening after I fumbled to find the works for several minutes. You made me laugh and cry (Lucy made me go home and call my mother on the other side of the world), and stop and think. I hope you enjoy playing the gigs as much as people love being there. (As well as a sincerity warning, maybe a real world warning would be good at the end - after the dark cocoon of gloriousness that was Hallelujah I was utterly unprepared for the screeching and bright lights on Courtney place!) Thank you!

Shelley on Saturday, 9 March 2024

I went to 7 out of 8 shows at Regal Theatre only to be outdone by my besties who went to every show. Every time Hallelujah made the tears flow as it was the song that came to me while having my first radiation treatment. As sick as Tim was the concerts were fantabulous. He tho he was sick he still was kind and very approachable to the fans. Tim you are a legend in every way. Thank you for allowing me to enjoy your music and lyrics once again and remember to always make good choices with your fingers, and look out for the alien invasions that happened on the first two nights 😂

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