May at Square Hole marks a landmark of sorts, you’ll have to come to find out why, but mainly come for the assemblage of up, coming and at the very least standing comedy talent and the eccentrically and extremely marvellous…
Wes Zaharuk credits his comic roots to his parents. They made ‘not listening’ an Olympic event. As a child, his parents dressed him in wool pants that were incredibly itchy. Complain as he would, his words fell on deaf ears. When he developed a skin condition that looked like a large, all-dressed pizza, he was tested for allergies. It was found that he was allergic to wool. Through it all, Wes developed his desire to be heard — if only to reduce rash.
‘Twin Peaks meets Cirque Du Soleil’ – Toronto Sun
‘a one-man vaudeville turn’ – Chortle
Ben G Booth
Doors 7.45pm, show 8pm