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Comedian Darrin Rose at Park Theatre May 31

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OK, contestants, you fill in the blank: The host of TV’s Match Game is so BLANK that he’s bringing his standup-comedy show to Winnipeg.

If you guessed "funny," you’ll probably be interested to know that comedian Darrin Rose, host of Comedy Network’s revival of the popular game-show format, is bringing his Still Chasing Manhood tour to the Park Theatre on Friday, May 31.

Rose, who also plays Bill the bartender on the CBC sitcom Mr. D and is a regular on MuchMusic’s Video On Trial, is a four-time Canadian Comedy Awards nominee. Tickets for the show are $20 plus fees, available at the Park Theatre box office or at www.ticketbreak.com.

 

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