Bull Skit comedy this weekend

Bull Skit is back with more improv and sketch comedy Nov. 23-24 at the Scott Block.

Performance times are 8 p.m.

Bull Skit’s unique and hilarious blend of improv and original sketch comedy has made it Red Deer’s favourite source for laughs.

This month, Bull Skit is delighted to welcome musical guest Prairie Junction from Calgary. The band’s Canadiana style has deep influences in Canadian folk, old country, and traditional Americana.

Currently, the band is influenced by and performs covers from a variety of artists including Ryan Adams, Stompin’ Tom, Alison Krauss, Patty Griffin, Neil Young and Leonard Cohen.

This month, audiences will be enjoying new sketches from Jeremy Robinson, Jenna Goldade and Jarrett Vizcko.

Alice and Sarah explore the dating world on collegemingle.com, listen to the true story of Christmas, and adventure into the beauty that is Paris. Also singing his heart out this month is Serge Belliveau.

Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8 pm. There is a cash bar, and it should be noted that Bull Skit contains mature language and adult themes.

For more information, visit www.againstthewalltheatre.com.

Tickets are available in advance at Sunworks or by calling 403-341-3455.

They are $23 each for adults and $18 for students and seniors age 65 plus.


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