SUDBURY – Kids in the Hall alumnus Bruce McCulloch is coming to Sault Ste. Marie on March 9th with is one man show “Tales of Bravery and Stupidity” at the Sault Community Theatre.

Part stand up, part storytelling it looks at some of the bravely stupid things that McCulloch has done, and things we all do as we get ourselves in and out of trouble as we “throw ourselves at life.”

“We are very excited to bring Bruce McCulloch’s new show to Sault Ste. Marie. It’s been getting great reviews across Canada and Bruce is such an amazing talent,” said Tammy Frick, Associate Director of LOL Comedy Festival. “The show is able to weave together Bruce’s quirky yet poignant style of storytelling that is funny and yet, at times touching. It’s a great way to shake off winter with a good laugh.”

“Tales of Bravery and Stupidity” starts at 7:00 PM with tickets are $35 and going on sale Monday, February 11th at the Sault Community Theatre (190 Northern Ave., East) box office or online at

Started in 2016 the LOL Comedy Tour brings some of the best comedic talent to the north. Comedians such as Brent Butt and Andre-Philippe Gagnon have played to sold-out audiences in communities across Northern Ontario.

About Bruce McCulloch:
Bruce is a member of the The Kids in the Hall who returned to TV with the series Death Comes to Town. He’s also known as the creator of ABC’s Carpoolers and Rogers TV’s Young Drunk Punk, is a show inspired by his own life that he both wrote and stared in. Bruce has written and/or directed several films including Dog Park starring Luke Wilson, Superstar starring Molly Shannon and Will Ferrell, Stealing Harvard starring Jason Lee and Leslie Mann and Comeback Season starring Ray Liotta. Bruce has also recently acted in episodes of “Workaholics” and the new season of Arrested Development. His first book, Let’s Start a Riot was released by Harper Collins in 2014.