Join Black Sheep Comedy at Junction Craft Brewing for a hilarious night of stand up on March 27th. We have a fresh new lineup bringing you hilarious comedy and delicious craft beer (one complimentary 12oz beer or pop at entry). Your lineup for the evening is:
Headliner SEAN CULLEN!
Multiple Gemini/Canadian Screen Award/Canadian Comedy Award-winner Sean broke into the business in 1988 as the front man of the seminal musical comedy trio Corky and the Juice Pigs who toured the world. The Juice Pigs were featured on Fox’s MAD TV and released three comedy albums. Sean has been a regular at Just For Laughs, The Halifax Comedy Festival and the Winnipeg Comedy Festival as well as the hit CBC radio show The Debaters.
Cullen has starred in his own television series, The Seán Cullen Show, with appearances on Murdoch Mysteries, Anne: Fire & Fury, Dark Matter, Carter current seasons of Little Dog and Workin’ Moms to name but a few. He was a finalist on NBC’s The Last Comic Standing, and he has appeared on shows such as Ellen, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and The Late Late Show. He has a number of comedy specials under his belt including Comedy Central Presents… Seán Cullen and CTV/ The Comedy Network’s Gemini-nominated Sean Cullen’s Wood, Cheese & Children!
He has lent his voice and writing talents to multi-award winning Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs and Rocket Monkeys, Margaret Atwood’s Wandering Wenda, Jimmy Two-Shoes earning him an ACTRA Award and the upcoming Netflix PEANUTS series The Snoopy Show to name but a few.
Cullen has appeared at the Shakespeare Theatre Festival in Stratford, ON where he starred in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Peter Pan, and King of Thieves and he starred as Max Bialystock in the Canadian Mirvish production of Mel Brooks’ The Producer.
With special guests:
Bougie B Bougé
With co-hosts Cathy MacPherson & Darcia Armstrong.
Get your advance price tickets today or take your chances at the door ($25 cash only)
Black Sheep Comedy @ Junction Craft Brewing, Sean Cullen Edition
150 Symes Road, Etobicoke, On
March 27th, doors open at 7:30pm
This is an accessible venue