March 30, 2015

Bruce to do a reading, signing & Q&A at UCB Theatre in NYC 4/30

Bruce will be doing a book signing at UCB Chelsea in New York, NY on April 30 at 9:30 pm EST.

Comedian, writer, director and legendary Kid in the Hall Bruce McCulloch reads from his new book “Let’s Start a Riot: How a young drunk punk became a Hollywood Dad”

He’ll also take questions from the audience.


Tickets at this link!

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March 25, 2015

Let’s Start a Riot US publication date and Bruce book tour!





Bruce’s book, Let’s Start a Riot, will be released in the US on April 28, with Bruce’s book tour stops to be announced soon! More information below:


How a Young Drunk Punk Became a Hollywood Dad

By Bruce McCulloch

A biting, funny, always revealing collection of personal stories from the legendary Kid in the Hall, comedian, writer and director, Bruce McCulloch.
Comedian, writer, director and legendary Kid in the Hall Bruce McCulloch chronicles his journey from wild early days as a “young punk” in 1980s Alberta, to his flannel plaid days and futon nights in 1990s Toronto, to becoming a “pajama-clad dad” living in the Hollywood Hills. Taking us from scowling teenager to father of two, this biting, funny collection of personal stories, peppered with moments of surprising poignancy, proves that although this infamous Kid may be all grown up, his singular brand of humor and signature wit remain firmly intact.

BRUCE McCULLOCH is a Canadian actor, writer, comedian and film director. He is best known for his work as a member of the Kids in the Hall, the popular comedy troupe, and as a writer for Saturday Night Live. He directed the films Dog Park, Stealing Harvard and Superstar, and has made two acclaimed comedy/music albums, Shame-based Man and Drunk Baby Project. McCulloch has also recently acted in episodes of Workaholics and the new season of Arrested Development. McCulloch recently returned to TV with the series Death Comes to Town. He currently lives in the Hollywood Hills with his family and tours solo and with KITH for sold-out shows.

Bruce will be doing media for the book during tour stops for the 2015 Kids in the Hall tour, and will be in: New York, Boston, San Francisco, and Los Angeles to name a few.

LET’S START A RIOT by Bruce McCulloch; ON-SALE: April 28, 2015; HarperCollins; Hardcover; ISBN: 9780062399854; Price: $27.99


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March 17, 2015

Bruce announces GET SOME as the winners of Toronto Sketchfest Best of the Fest Award

Bruce announces GET SOME as the winners of Toronto Sketchfest Best of the Fest Award!
From Toronto Sketchfest:

For Immediate Release: March 17, 2015

Best of the Fest Award Winners
Receives Television Development Deal

After ten days of sold-out performances, parties and professional development activities, the Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival (TOsketchfest) is proud to announce the award-winning troupes from the 10th Anniversary Festival, which ran March 5-15, 2015.

The Best of the Fest Award was presented Sunday night to sketch comedy super group Get Some, at the Best of the Fest Showcase at The Theatre Centre. With this unprecedented award, Get Some has won a television development deal with Bruce McCulloch and TOsketchfest, in partnership with Accent Entertainment. A collective of Toronto’s funniest and most successful comedians, Get Some includes members from amazing troupes such as Picnicface, The Sketchersons, Tony Ho, and Peter n’ Chris.

“Get Some are amazingly energetic, talented, and strange. I’m so excited to be developing something with them,” said Bruce McCulloch.

At the end of each TOsketchfest showcase audience members voted for their favourite troupes. Falcon Powder; Jim Annan, Scott Montgomery and Kurt Smeaton; won their hearts with the perfect mix of absurd story lines and hilarious one-liners to be named the NOW Magazine Audience Choice Award winners!
The Steam Whistle Brewing Producers’ Pick Award went to comedy quartet Junkyard Dukes, featuring Phil Moorhead, Joel Buxton, Daryn McIntyre and Andy Auld. The TOsketchfest producers were impressed with their high-energy performances, commitment to the craft, and their enthusiastic participation in all Festival activities including panels and networking events.
The Understudies’ Memorial Award for Sketchiest Sketch Troupe, a peer-nominated award, was bestowed upon sultans of silly O Dat Dum for their unique approach to comedy including pickle cannons, audience amenities and daily online newscasts.
The 10th Anniversary TOsketchfest smashed audience records with nearly 6000 people in attendance March 5-15, 2015 at The Theatre Centre, Comedy Bar and The Randolph Theatre.

The Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival is Toronto’s comedy festival, highlighting the best live, scripted comedy in North America. Since 2005 the Festival has brought sketch comedy to wider audiences with ticketed and free performances showcasing hundreds of artists in acts such as Kids in the Hall, Kate McKinnon, Michael Ian Black, Sassy Gay Friend, FrankenMatt, Picnicface, and The Irrelevant Show.


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