Family Dinner: Part 3!
Family Dinner Comedy - Winnipeg, MB
V.15 - Comedy at Wee Johnny's 
Family Dinner is back in action with another brand-new sketch show. Using their character-based sketches, Family Dinner creates a charming whack-o-sphere that has Kevin McDonald saying, "Honestly, it was funnier than I thought it would be."

Will Family Dinner make it to regionals? Will they ever find love?

Find out who will win in the ultimate battle between funny and just plain weird.


4 STARS - Winnipeg Free Press

"The new cast of Glee looks terrible" - Toronto Sketchfest

Spencer Adamus
Riley Paull
Jaydin Pommer

Show Info:
45 Minutes



Warnings: Coarse language

Wed July 13 8:30 PM
Thu July 14 10:00 PM
Fri July 15 5:30 PM
Sat July 16 7:00 PM
Sun July 17 8:30 PM
Mon July 18 10:00 PM
Tue July 19 5:30 PM
Wed July 20 7:00 PM
Thu July 21 8:30 PM
Fri July 22 10:00 PM
Sat July 23 5:30 PM

Family Dinner: Part 3!

Family Dinner Comedy—Comedy at Wee Johnny’s

It is very apt that this sketch show takes place at a bar: it’s bar humour.

What do I mean by bar humour?

These are the kinds of jokes that get exponentially funnier that more you drink. Me? I’m on my first glass of wine and most of the gags are 6/10 on the funny scale. The people beside me put away four pints during the performance (and how knows how many before!) and it was a roaring 10/10 on the funny scale for them.

The Dad Chair skit was right on target; although my dad never had a chair, he had a spot and I dared not sit in his spot. My father-in-law had his chair as well. Even though it was unspoken that it was “his,” no one challenged his for the chair. What would have happened if someone did? You’ll find out.

The video-skit was also right on target, but I have a soft spot for picking on the Conservatives. I have the same soft spot for picking on organised religion, so if you’re like me, you’ll enjoy this show. Grab a drink—better yet, grab two, so you don’t have to get up to go to the bar midway through the act. Even better, be like my neighbours, grab four drinks and prepare to laugh like there’s no tomorrow!

Ray Yuen