Comedians to bring the laughs to SDSS Dry Grad fundraiser

The laughs will be served up by the bucket-full at South Delta Secondary's Equinox Theatre this Saturday, May 4.

A comedy night featuring four comedians will help raise funds for SDSS Dry Grad 2019.

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Tsawwassen's Billy Mitchell will host and open the show, followed by up-and-comer Sam Tonning. Veteran comedian Nelson Giles will wrap up the first half of the show.

After a short intermission, which will provide time to enjoy the licensed lounge and buy raffle tickets, Mitchell will get the crowd back in a good mood in preparation for headline act Chris Yuill, a multiple award-winning comedian/magician who tours worldwide.

Snacks by Mario's, beverages from Delf Wines, Fuggles and Warlock Craftworks, and Nutril Vodka and organic coffee donated by Wood N Frog will all be available for purchase at the event.

Tickets are available at The Wood N Frog and Albany Books in Tsawwassen or online at EventBrite.ca. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door. It’s a 19-plus event.

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