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Mark Critch of “This Hour Has 22 Minutes” will be in Charlottetown Nov. 14 to share some laughs and launch his new book, “Son of a Critch: A Childish Newfoundland Memoir.”
He will be at the Florence Simmons Performance Hall at Holland College from 7:30-9:30 p.m. for an evening, hosted by Bookmark and moderated by CBC Island Morning’s Matt Rainnie.
Books will be on sale at the event and Mark will be available to chat and sign copies. For more information, visit Bookmarkreads.ca or call 902-566-4888.
Best known as the roving reporter for CBC's “This Hour Has 22 Minutes”, Critch has photo-bombed Justin Trudeau, interviewed Great Big Sea's Alan Doyle (while impersonating Alan Doyle), offered Pamela Anderson a million dollars to stop acting, and crashed White House briefings.
But, in this hilarious debut, we learn that Critch has been causing trouble his whole life. Son of a Critch will have you longing for life in Newfoundland even if you've never been there and marvelling at how one person's childhood could be so ridiculously funny.
Critch is the host of CBC's Halifax Comedy Festival and has written for and appeared in CBC's world-renowned “Just for Laughs” series.