Bull Skit comedy runs March 22-23

Bull Skit hits the stage with more of the improv and sketch comedy local audiences have grown to love March 22-23rd at 8 p.m. at the Scott Block.

Tickets are available in advance, at Sunworks 4924 – 50 St. or by calling 403-341-3455, or online line at Eventbrite.com. Tickets are $23 each for adults and $18 for students and seniors age 65+.

This month, Bull Skit organizers are delighted to welcome musical guest Bradley Abel, a local singer songwriter. Abel has been a lover of music since the age of 16, when he picked up his first guitar. He has played across Alberta, and will set out in April on his Canadian tour.

This month, Bull Skit has 10 brand new sketches hitting the stage.

Find out part two of the Hutterite Mafia. What life would be like with Reverse hipsters, and a superhero debate that will change the face of one man, the Epic battle; Batman vs. Superman.

Also this month, Alice and Sarah the beloved nerdy characters will impart their dating advice to the audience.

Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m. and there is a cash bar.

Note that Bull Skit contains mature language and adult themes. Follow them on facebook or Twitter at Bull Skit Comedy or for more information visit www.BullSkitComedy.com.


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