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I Hate Bill Pats

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Winnipeg comedian Bill Pats opens this one-hour storytelling session by naming the date he tried to commit suicide.

Obviously, he botched the job. But by that point, Pats had messed up on multiple fronts. In a minor financial fix, he pulled a stunt that got him fired from his job and almost landed him in jail. It also left him deeply in debt, but Pats just kept digging a deeper hole.

The author of his own fate, he’s managed to spin near-tragedy into an amusing, wryly witty tale — and it appears he’s rebuilt a wonderful life. Luckily, he survived to see friends and fans flock to his opening show, which closed with a standing ovation.

— Pat St. Germain

 

From the Fringe program:

A dark comedy based on a true story about a life of poor choices and a failed suicide attempt. Written and performed by Bill Pats.

 

Recommended For: Mature Audience

Length: 60 min

Tickets: $10

 

Warnings: Subject Matter, Language

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