Bull Skit performs Friday, Saturday

Bull Skit returns to the stage for performances on Friday and Saturday. The improvisation and sketch comedy troupe shows take place in the Scott Block located downtown at 4816-50 Ave. The performers have 11 new sketches lined up including new installments of audience favourites Hutterite Mafia, Bar Story, Manhood Diaries and Angry Newsmen.

Bull Skit returns to the stage for performances on Friday and Saturday.

The improvisation and sketch comedy troupe shows take place in the Scott Block located downtown at 4816-50 Ave.

The performers have 11 new sketches lined up including new installments of audience favourites Hutterite Mafia, Bar Story, Manhood Diaries and Angry Newsmen.

Live music is also part of the shows as The Left Behinds, a Lethbridge folk and rock trio will perform.

A cash bar is available and patrons should note adult themes and language are part of the show.

Tickets are $23 for adults and $18 for students and seniors. They’re available online at Eventbrite.com, Sunworks at 4924 Ross St. and by calling 403-341-3455.

Doors open at 7 p.m. with the show starting at 8.

Get more information online at www.bullskitcomedy.com.

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