Dane cooks up comedy

Dane Cook brings his award-winning, stand-up show to the Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre as part of the Just For Laughs Canadian Comedy Tour.

Dane Cook will bring his high-energy set to the Save-On-Food Memorial Centre on Nov. 17.

One of the biggest stars of stand up, Dane Cook is coming to Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre on Thursday, November 17 as part of the Just for Laughs Canadian Comedy Tour.Known for his energy and observational stylings, Cook is one of the biggest ticket-sellers in the history of comedy.Of the five comedy albums he has released since 2003, including a greatest hits collection, four have reached number one on the US Comedy charts, selling millions of copies. Cook has sold out arenas and theatres across North America, including Madison Square Garden in New York and the opening night gala at Montreal’s Just for Laughs festival in 2013.Cook is also known for his work in TV and film, including parts in shows such as Louie and Workaholics and in movies such as Dan in Real Life and Waiting. And children know him best as the voice of Dusty in the Disney animated Planes movies.Joining Cook will be comics Vinny Fasline, founder of Socially Awkward, a monthly live stand-up show at the Hollywood Improv Comedy Club, and John Campanelli, whose second comedy album New Phone, Who is This?, ranked number one for New Comedy Releases during its opening weekend.

For more information and tickets visit selectyourtickets.com.

 

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