Free Beer: Brewicide Squad
by The Horrible Friends
The Horrible Friends - Winnipeg, MB
V.13 - Duke of Kent Legion 
The Horrible Friends are back, and they’ll be performing like a shadowy government agency has injected them with a nanite explosive for poorly contrived reasons! These jokers are guaranteed to deliver a deadshot of hilarity! Just like before, anyone who volunteers to join them on stage gets a free drink at this licensed venue! Adam Beach. 4 STARS "The dynamic duo doled out a rather impressive - and quite vulgar - performance game after game" - CBC 4 STARS "Enjoyment is guaranteed" - Winnipeg Free Press

Shawn Kowalke, Luke Falconer

Show Info:
60 Mins
Tickets: $12
$10 Legion members


Under 18 not admitted

Warnings: Coarse Language, Violent Content, Sexual Content, Graphic Violence, Nudity, Tasteless content

Thu July 18 9:15 PM
Fri July 19 9:00 PM
Sat July 20 10:45 PM
Sun July 21 7:00 PM
Mon July 22 9:15 PM
Tue July 23 7:30 PM
Wed July 24 9:15 PM
Thu July 25 7:30 PM
Fri July 26 10:45 PM
Sat July 27 9:00 PM

Free Beer: Brewicide Squad

The Horrible Friends—Duke of Kent Legion

The Horrible Friends are so damn quick you don’t have time to see their eyes twinkle when they come up with the zingiest of scene ending lines. The long-standing improv duo has been making crowds roar for years, and don’t seem to be slowing down. The most enjoyable scene of the evening for me (where, sure, I wet my pants a little) was the hilarious parody (can you call something a parody, if the actors haven’t seen the original?) of Fringe’s THE QUEST. Luke played Hannah and Shawn engaged with the audience in a very mean-to-Hannah choose-your-own-adventure scene. Seating at the Legion isn’t spacious and the sight lines aren’t exactly excellent, but the performers use it judiciously and hilariously. Also, the drinks are cheap and the audience can sometimes be an entertaining sideshow act. You should see The Horrible Friends. (I wish I’d brought a change of pants).

Alexis Silver

Free Beer: Brewicide Squad

The Horrible Friends—Duke of Kent Legion

Two men. One audience. Free alcohol, for said audience. Improv with a message, and that message is “getting drunk is fun”. There’s really not much to say. Does the idea of getting paid for participating in improv with free booze call to you? If so, this is the show for you.

Josh Fidelak