One night world tour

Victoria-born funny man, Mike Delamont makes a homecoming with two all-new characters.

Mike Delamont is bringing two all-new characters to the Victoria Event Centre for two shows Fri, Nov. 11

Victoria-born award-winning comedian Mike Delamont is back in his hometown with an all new show, A One Night World Tour.

Best known for his 10-day almost-completely sold-out Fringe run for his show God is a Scottish Drag Queen, Delamont  is also an original cast member of local cabaret group, Atomic Vaudeville, where he created many of his most popular characters; Carlo Rossi (pictured above), Jimmy Peakaboo and God. These characters will be part of the new show alongside two all-new characters and several new video segments.

In February, Delamont will take God is a Scottish Drag Queen on an eight-month tour throughout North America and parts of the U.K. Don’t miss this chance to catch Delamont Fri, Nov. 11 at 7 and 9:30 p.m. at the Victoria Event Centre.

Advance tickets are $15 for students and $18 for adults or $20 at the door. Available at mikdelamont.com or in person at Rebel Rebel (585 Johnson). M

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