Trio of seasoned comics take on the Waddling Dog Friday

Show headlined by well-known MuchMusic Video on Trial judge and nationally-touring comic, Eddie Della Siepe.

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A trio of talented comedians is coming to the Waddling Dog Bar and Grill this Friday, headlined by well-known MuchMusic Video on Trial judge and nationally-touring comic, Eddie Della Siepe.

Onstage, he’s charming and well put together and strikes a balance between the kind of comedy your mother would giggle at and downright dirty jokes — always delivered with a hint of a cheeky grin.

Friday’s show is mostly new material, says Della Siepe, as he gets ready to record a new album at Vancouver’s Yuk Yuks Comedy Club in April.

“It’s definitely going to be more myself in terms of the type of material I’m doing,” he says, adding that the standby themes of dating and everyday experiences will still be prevalent.

Joining Della Siepe are the witty (and slightly less mom-friendly) Kyle Jones and Vancouver comedy staple Jared Borland.

All three are seasoned comics, and will have a half hour each on stage to get the audience belly-laughing.

“It’s really like a triple feature,” says Della Siepe. “Everyone in that audience will get to know us.”

The comics take the stage at 8:30 p.m. Friday, March 27 at the Waddling Dog Bar and Grill, 2476 Mount Newton Cross Road in Saanichton. Doors open at 7:30.

Tickets are $21.49 available at http://bit.ly/1I6NQKp, or $25 at the door.

For more information, visit arbutusevents.ca.

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