Nothing Butt laughs

Once again, it was standing room only at the annual Kesterton lecture when more than 400 people turned up to listen to one of Canada’s best known prime-time comedians, Brent Butt.

It was a well-balanced presentation decorated with wit, irony and straight-forward good advice, explaining how a kid from small-town Saskatchewan got to the Canadian big-time, small-screen with what is now one of the nation’s most popular sit-coms, “Corner Gas.”

While the lecture was titled “Trust me—I don’t know what I’m doing,” after almost one hour, it was evident that he does know what he’s doing – and does it well, and that’s making people laugh.

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