Prairie Junction joins Bull Skit

Calgary folk/country group Prairie Junction joins the Bull Skit improv and sketch comedy gang for some ho-ho hilarity this weekend. The “Canadiana” band is the musical guest for Friday and Saturday’s Bull Skit shows at the Scott Block in downtown Red Deer. It performs folk and old country music, including covers of tunes by Ryan Adams, Stompin’ Tom Connors, Alison Krauss, Patty Griffin, Neil Young and Leonard Cohen.

Calgary folk/country group Prairie Junction joins the Bull Skit improv and sketch comedy gang for some ho-ho hilarity this weekend.

The “Canadiana” band is the musical guest for Friday and Saturday’s Bull Skit shows at the Scott Block in downtown Red Deer. It performs folk and old country music, including covers of tunes by Ryan Adams, Stompin’ Tom Connors, Alison Krauss, Patty Griffin, Neil Young and Leonard Cohen.

This month, Bull Skit fans will get to see new sketches from local cut-ups Jenna Goldade, Jeremy Robinson and Jarrett Vizcko.

Watch as Alice and Sarah explore the dating world on collegemingle.com, listen to the “true” story of Christmas, and explore the beauty of Paris through quirky new sketches designed to tickle your funny bone. As if that isn’t enough of a gas, Serge Belliveau will also bare his heart in song.

Doors open at 7 p.m., the show is at 8 p.m. There’s a cash bar.

Note that sketches contains coarse language and mature subject matter.

Tickets are available in advance from Sunworks on Ross Street, or by calling 403-341-3455. Tickets are $23 ($18 students/seniors).

To book the Bull Skit troupe for parties or staff development exercises, call Jenna at 403-872-6706.

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