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Just for Laughs Comedy tour coming Nov. 12

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There isn’t a Frank or a Dino or a Sammy in the bunch, but the folks at Just For Laughs promise the "comedy rat pack" roster on its latest coast-to-coast tour will deliver a swingin’ evening of A-list laughs.

The 20-city Just For Laughs Comedy Tour stops at the Burton Cummings Theatre on Nov. 12, bringing a lineup that boasts decades of old-school comedy experience.

Leading the pack are headliners Tom Papa (The Marriage Ref) and longtime local-audience favourite Alonzo Bodden (Last Comic Standing); also on tour are Orny Adams (Comedian) and comic magician Ben Seidman, with Canuck funnyman Darrin Rose (Mr. D, Match Game) acting as the shows’ host and MC.

Tickets for the Just For Laughs Comedy Tour are $39.50 and $45.50 (plus fees and taxes), on sale Monday, Sept. 9 at Ticketmaster.

 

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