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Kids in the Hall member Bruce McCulloch coming to Vancouver Island

McCulloch’s one-man show will be at Victoria’s McPherson Playhouse on June 29
Comedian Bruce McCulloch is playing in Victoria on June 29. (Photo Courtesy MODO LIVE)

Comedian Bruce McCulloch, best known for his role on the TV show Kids in the Hall, will be making a stop in Victoria as part of his upcoming Tales of Bravery and Stupidity tour.

McCulloch will be playing at the McPherson Playhouse on June 29.

The one-man show combines music, stand-up and storytelling to give a “poetic flyover” of his life, says a press release announcing the tour.

This is to involve McCulloch using his knack for funny observations while telling tales of the “bravely stupid” things he’s done.

As well as Kids in the Hall, McCulloch has worked as a producer and director, including for the upcoming sketch comedy series The Dessert.

In 2014, he released the memoir Let’s Start a Riot: How a Young Drunk Punk Became a Hollywood Dad, which was later adapted for television in the series Young Drunk Punk.

Tickets for the McPherson Playhouse show are on sale now.

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