Three top acts from Sketch Fest include Chicago's silent performers Bri-Ko and surreal social satirists The Templeton Philharmonic
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C$11 for one ticket to see The Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival presents “Best of the Fest” (up to C$22.60 value)
When: Saturday, June 21, at 3 p.m. or 8 p.m.
Where: Randolph Theatre
Seating: general admission
Door time: one hour before showtime
Ticket values include all fees.
The Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival presents “Best of the Fest”
Bri-Ko: An all-silent sketch act based in Chicago. The lack of words makes it accessible for audience members of all cultural backgrounds, while the silence makes snort-laughing in the crowd all the more noticeable.
Peter n’ Chris: writers for CBC’s The Irrelevant Show, they were named the Audience Choice Winners of the Toronto SketchFest
The Templeton Philharmonic: sketch and social satire with a dose of surrealism, as performed by comediennes and interpretive dancers Gwynne Phillips and Briana Templeton