An Evening with Brent Butt at the Centennial Theatre North Vancouver

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Centennial Theatre

Brent Butt is a Canadian actor, comedian, and writer. He is best known for his role as Brent Leroy on the CTV sitcom Corner Gas, which he also created. The series was an instant hit when it made its debut in 2004. He also created the hit TV show Hiccups and the 2013 film No Clue. Butt has done several stand-up performances for CTV, CBC, CBC radio’s Definitely Not the Opera and The Comedy Network in Canada (which airs reruns of Corner Gas), as well as A&E in the United States and SBS in Australia. His prairie-oriented comedy and occasional “folksy” song compositions (such as “Nothing Rhymes with Saskatchewan” and “Hairy Legs”) have entertained audiences across Canada. Butt started out his career in the Yuk Yuk’s chain in Western Canada, before moving to Toronto in 1989, where he set up shop in a Cabbagetown apartment with two other comedians. In Toronto, Butt performed in the Yuk Yuk’s chain before leaving and becoming one of the most successful comedians in Canada.

Opening the show will be “Jeff Standfield Band”. All proceeds go to NSDRC “Information and Advocacy Program”.

Founded in 1976, the NSDRC is a registered not for profit organization that provides programs and services to over 1400 adults and children with disabilities, their families, friends and support networks on the North Shore. “Information and Advocacy Program” provides advocacy and assistance with navigating the very complex systems of health, homecare, housing and employment and financial supports to people with disabilities and their families “Working for a community for all”.

Purchase tickets through Centennial Theatre’s box office at 604-984-4484 or online at, or at the NSDRC office at 3158 Mountain Highway North Vancouver.

Regular seating tickets are $40. There are a limited number of VIP meet and greet tickets available at Centennial Theatre for $100.00 each at

For more information please contact David Hicks, NSDRC 604-999-6435.



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