Dry Wit aids recovery

Dry Wit Act II: A Comedy Variety Show and Silent Auction will support LifeRing addiction self-help groups

CTV’s Stephen Andrew hosts an exciting evening with headlining musician and Aboriginal Peoples Choice 2012 award winner, Janet Panic.

Dry Wit Act II: A Comedy Variety Show and Silent Auction will support LifeRing addiction self-help groups on Vancouver Island.

Local band The New Souls, with their powerhouse funky soul sound, will set the stage for the world premiere of Detox: The Musical starring Wes Borg, Morgan Cranny, Kathryn Popham and many more funny folk.

The Nov. 16 event includes comedy, magic and dance at the Metro Studio Theatre, 1411 Quadra St.

Tickets are $20 in advance at ticketrocket.org/events or $25 at the door. The silent auction is from 6  to 7:30 p.m. and the show begins at 8 p.m.

Go to LifeRingCanada.org for more information on the event, talent and silent auction items.

 

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