The Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival (a.k.a. TOsketchfest) will return to its titular town for the 12th year in a row in 2017. It's set to take place from March 1 to 12 and will feature more than 60 sketch comedy acts performing at venues across the city.
Organizers have just unveiled the lineup for the 2017 edition of the festival, and topping the bill are song and dance duo the Rumoli Brothers and viral musical comedians Flo & Joan.
UPDATE 02/16: The following additions to the Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival lineup have been announced: Paul Feig: In Conversation with Bruce McCulloch, The Beaverton stage show, the Defiant Thomas Brothers, and an "In Conversation with Baron Von Sketch Show" event.
There will also be a revival of 2016 Fringe production Dance Animal, a performance from slam poet comedy duo Definition of Knowledge, the staging of a live late night talk show dubbed Tonight's the Night! with Dave Barclay, and a show from Justin Miller's drag alter-ego Pearle Harbour.
Solo sketch performers like Marty Topps, Jon Blair and Full Time Idiot (Kirsten Rasmussen) are on the bill too, alongside "super troupes" like #1 Very Good Boys, S&P and Soul Decision. Last year's TOsketchfest award winners like the Flirty Boys, O Dat Dum and Vest of Friends will also be returning for the 2017 instalment of the comedy event.
The shows will take place at a variety of venues across Toronto, including the Theatre Centre, Comedy Bar and the Drake Underground. Tickets are currently on sale, and will run you $16 to $20 for single events or $80 for a full festival pass.
Find all details, including the complete lineup, schedule and ticketing options over at the official TOsketchfest website.