Canadian comedian bringing laughs to Rossland

Canadian Comedian, Erica Sigurdson, will be performing at the Miners’ Hall

Comedian Erica Sigurdson will be performing at the Miners’ Hall April 29 as part of the Rossland Council for Arts and Culture 2012 performance series.

Get ready to laugh out loud Rossland as the dominating force in the Canadian Comedy scene, Erica Sigurdson, performs at the Miners’ Hall this Sunday, April 29.

Erica Sigurdson has been described as a ‘sugar-coated razor blade,’ girl next door and ‘the person you want to be around when you catch the gossip of the day’.

Over the last ten years Erica has performed at every major comedy festival in Canada, had an amazing 25 appearances on CBC Radio’s The Debaters, travelled to Afghanistan to entertain the troops and won the 2007 Leo Award for best comedy screenwriting in a comedy.

Most recently, Erica wrote on the new CBC hit Mr. D – which has been receiving rave reviews across Canada.

Erica Sigurdson is presented on Sunday, April 29, by the Rossland Council for Arts and Culture as part of the 2012 performance series.

Tickets are $20 in advance at Out of the Cellar in Rossland and the Charles Bailey Theatre in Trail. $23 at the door. $2 off for  RCAC Members.

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