May 23, 2015


The Arts

Ron James forced to cancel News Café chat

It's hardly a laughing matter — Ron James will not be visiting the Winnipeg Free Press News Cafe on Friday afternoon as previously reported.

The popular Canadian comedian, who is currently on tour across Western Canada, was scheduled to sit down with Free Press entertainment writer Brad Oswald at 2:30 p.m. Friday to talk about comedy, touring and life in Canadian showbiz, but a mixup in travel schedules has forced him to cancel his cafe chat.

Ron James (above) was to appear at the Free Press News Café Friday for an interview with Brad Oswald but there was a mixup in travel schedules.

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Ron James (above) was to appear at the Free Press News Café Friday for an interview with Brad Oswald but there was a mixup in travel schedules.

James will perform at the Pantages Playhouse Theatre on Saturday night.

History

Updated on Thursday, December 6, 2012 at 10:42 PM CST: Updates with chat cancelled

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