George Rigden - Comedy Show @ Theoretically Brewing

1263 2 Ave S

Lethbridge, Alberta T1J 0E7

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Thu, Jul 11 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

(Entry at 6:30 pm)

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Join us for a night of laughter and good vibes at Theoretically Brewing as they host a comedy show featuring some of the best talents in the business! Headliner George Rigden, known for his dark musical comedy, will be taking the stage, bringing his unique brand of humor that has audiences in stitches. Nominated as ‘Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2017’, George has excelled in numerous competitions and received considerable critical acclaim for his performances. The night will be expertly guided by our hilarious MC, Jordi Bott, and will also feature a special guest appearance by the incredibly funny Heather Goldberg.

This fantastic event is brought to you by Goodtimes Lethbridge Comedy Club, so you know it's going to be a night to remember! Whether you're a comedy aficionado or just looking for a fun night out, this show is not to be missed. Grab your friends, enjoy some great brews, and get ready to laugh until it hurts!


About George Rigden:

Nominated as ‘Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2017’, George Rigden has excelled in a host of competitions. He made his Edinburgh debut in 2015 when he performed as part of the prestigious AAA Stand Up Late showcase at the Pleasance Courtyard for a full sell-out run and had another acclaimed show “George-ous” at Pleasance Courtyard in 2018. 2019 saw him bring his brand new show “Spooning with Uri” to the Edinburgh Festival.

He is known for his dark musical comedy and received considerable critical acclaim for his set at the Leicester Comedy Festival Gala Preview Show 2016.

“Rigden is the result of a genetic mash-up between Mitch Benn and Tim Key, perhaps with a few strands of Ricky Gervais’s DNA thrown in…Very Funny Stuff.” – Steve Bennett, Chortle

“Rigden’s musical comedy is deliciously dark…he is very good at working the crowd and of all tonight’s acts he probably made the biggest impression.” – Bruce Dessau, Beyond the Joke