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Radio Vault Ticket Giveaway


What if wedding vows truly came straight from the heart? Just how productive are your office meetings, really?

Attend Radio Vault's seventh, all-new show tomorrow evening (Thursday, October 12) and find out.

blogTO and Radio Vault are tickled pink to offer free tickets to our faithful, beloved (and darn lucky) readers. All you gotta do is shoot an email to reservations@radiovault.net with the subject "blogTO tickets". The first three folks to do this will each win a pair of tickets.

Radio Vault is a throwback to the days of live radio comedy. Every second Thursday of the month, actors gather round microphones before a live audience, scripts in hand, and perform sketches for your giggling pleasure. Each show is then digitized and podcast for the world to hear.

But are you going to wait for the podcast? (No, that's for geeks!) Are you gong to listen to it alone? (No, that's for miserable loners and crazy cat ladies!)

What's that you say? You're going to see it live as part of the studio audience?

Well, golly, that's just swell.

What: Radio Vault
When: 8:00pm every second Thursday of the month, next one is Thursday, October 12.
Where: Bad Dog Theatre (138 Danforth Avenue)
Cost: $7 advance, $10 at the door.
Reservations: Recommended can be made through email at reservations@radiovault.net.
Psst: To listen to podcasts and web-only sketches, visit their website. To see the blogTO review of the show, click here.
Psst #2: Each month, the show features some of Toronto's top sketch comedy acts. This month, get treated to Press, Release, Repeat; and The Moodkillers. Hosting tomorrow is radio personality and Bad Dog stalwart, Don Berns.


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