See The Project Live!

Mon-Fri. Be at the Grafton studio by 6.30pm

Watch live TV magic and see how the show comes together

Laugh at exclusive, not-for-broadcast, ad-break-only comedy from The Project comedians. Volunteer to read the autocue LIVE on national television! Meet and greet the hosts and grab a photo at the desk after the show.

It’s free but tickets are essential! Book in advance, turn up on time, and if you can’t make it, let the team at TV3 know as soon as possible so your seats can be reallocated. They have also scored exclusive deals with local restaurants as well, so you can make a night of it. Submit the form on the website or email with your preferred dates, and their wonderful audience wrangler Tania will advise when seats are available and which live guests are booked in advance. 


Free. Terms & Conditions apply

For more info visit:

The Project Live



Terms and Conditions apply: please see the website for all details. Audience members must be 13 or over. Audience members between the ages of 13-15 years must be accompanied by their parent or guardian. Discovery NZ reserves the right to refuse entry. You'll need to be at the studios in Grafton, Auckland by 6:30pm with your ticket. Wear closed-toe shoes for safety reasons. When confirming attendance, please inform us if there are mobility needs.


Discovery NZ will not provide car parking for any audience members attending The Project. Discovery NZ is not responsible for any parking fines or infringements that a person may incur whilst on the premises.

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