Win a pair of tickets to see Mike Delamont on Nov. 11

Mike Delamont: A One Night World Tour comes to Victoria, and you could see it for free

Victoria native Mike Delamont portrays Carlo Rossi

After staging a sold-out solo show during last summer’s Victoria Fringe Theatre Festival, one of Victoria’s favourite comedians brings a brand new act back to his hometown this month.

Mike Delamont: A One Night World Tour will showcase some of the the comic’s best-known and new characters at the Victoria Event Centre during two shows on Nov. 11. Tickets to the 7 and 9:30 p.m. showtimes are $18 ($15 for students), available in advance at www.mikedelamont.com and Rebel Rebel (585 Johnson St.) or $20 at the door (1415 Broad St.).

Or, want to see the show for free? Delamont is giving away four pairs of tickets to his show through the News – two pairs for the 7 p.m. show and two pairs to the 9:30 p.m. show.

To win, answer as many of these questions about Delamont as possible. Whoever answers them all correctly and gets back to us first, wins.

Here are the questions. Email your responses to ecardone@vicnews.com before 9 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 9.

What Victoria comedy cabaret did Delamont get his start in?

At the 2011 Victoria Fringe Festival, Delamont sold out all 10 performances of what show?

Delamont is one of Canada’s tallest comedians. How tall is he?

ecardone@vicnews.com

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