PROMOTION: WIN with the Northern Sentinel and Hirsch Creek Golf & Winter Club

PROMOTION: WIN with the Northern Sentinel and Hirsch Creek Golf & Winter Club

Gasking and King will headline this weekend’s comedy shows

What’s better than a comedy show? A comedy show with an all you can eat taco buffet of course!

Join Hirsch Creek Golf & Winter Club for comedy night on Friday and Saturday, November 8 and 9, starting at 9 p.m., with headliners Simon King and Chris “The Baby-Faced Assassin” Gaskin.

The taco buffet will be available before the show starting at 7:30 p.m. for $25, which includes tax, gratuity and a dessert!

The tickets for Friday and Saturday night’s comedy show are $30, or $25 for members.

Chris Gaskin is one of Canada’s fastest rising comedians. Known for commanding audiences’ attention with his innocent looks, and sharp tongue has led to him being described as, “brutally honest, and hysterical.”

In just a few short years he’s been a finalist in the national comedy competition “Stand Up & Bite Me” on Bite TV, and was featured on SiriusXM Satellite Radio. Since then he has won the Champion of Champions Comedy Competition, released his debut album, “Lambda Male,” and has worked with some of the biggest names in comedy including Emo Philips, Godfrey, and T.J. Miller.

Simon King completely changes a room when he takes the stage. Aggressive, truly insightful and possessing a unique explosive delivery all his own he bombards the audience with intelligent and flat out hilarious material at breakneck speed.

This coupled with his ability to seamlessly insert characters, impressions and improvisation means he’s unlike anything else in the stand-up comedy world.

To celebrate this comedy bonanza, Hirsch Creek Golf & Winter Club and the Northern Sentinel are giving away two tickets to one person for either Friday or Saturday night’s show, dinner excluded.

Entry is simple – visit the club’s Facebook page, like their page and click on Send Message and let them know you’d like to win the tickets.

To book tickets, visit the event page and buy your tickets online – it’s that simple!

To sign up for the taco meal before the show, give the club a call at 250-632-4242.

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Chris Gaskin in concert. (Image supplied)

Chris Gaskin in concert. (Image supplied)

Simon King at his finest. (Image supplied)

Simon King at his finest. (Image supplied)

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