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Comedy ramblin’ man Ron James here on Dec. 8

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Canadian comedy’s ramblin’ man is hitting the road again, and his latest western-Canadian tour is headed for Winnipeg on Dec. 8.

Ron James ... Live! will stop at the Pantages Playhouse Theatre, with the Nova Scotia-born funnyman delivering an all-new show of frantically paced observations on mid-life meltdowns, political shenanigans, phone-company call-centre frustrations and keeping up with the dizzying pace of technological change.

James just completed shooting the fourth season of his CBC series, and is eager to get back out in what he calls "the Big Wide Open," bringing the funny to fans on a face-to-face basis.

"Standup comedy is meant to be seen live," James said in the tour-announcement release. "It’s religion for the funny bone. Comedy fans are in a room of 1,000 people or more from all walks of life, and for a couple of hours everyone’s laughing at the same thing ... despite their differences. Plus, there’s no commercials."

Tickets for Ron James ... Live! are $51, on sale Monday at Ticketmaster.

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