Montréal Sketchfest Hosted by Al Lafrance

Montréal Sketchfest

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Montreal Sketchfest is BACK and brings with it over 10 days of more than 20 laugh-filled sketch comedy shows and parties with more than 70 troupes from all over North America!

$12 per show (online or at the door)
$20 for a daypass (valid for 2 shows, available at the door)

OR ONLY $60 for a festpass (online)
That's the entire festival for SIXTY BEANS!!

All tickets, festpasses, and show info available at
montrealsketchfest.com

Friday May 5, 8PM @ Mainline Theatre – MAINSPACE
Host: Al Lafrance
- Blood & Thunder (MTL)
- Dink Floyd (MTL)
- Stockton (NYC)
- The Flat Earth (PHIL)

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

  • Friday 5 May 2017 / 20:00

75 minutes
Retardataires / Latecomers : 75 minutes

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