SF Sketchfest returns January 20 - February 5, 2023!

SF Sketchfest has been rescheduled for January 20 through February 5, 2023. The vast majority of existing shows will still be presented at the festival. While we’re disappointed to spend another year apart, the health and safety of our audience, performers, and staff comes first. Due to venue availability, 2023 is the earliest we can present the festival as planned, but we can’t wait to safely laugh along with you then!

All ticket holders will be contacted directly as soon as possible with more information. Please hang on to your tickets as we reach out to each and every ticket holder as soon as we can! Thank you for your patience while we’ve been working to reschedule these shows. We are beyond grateful for your support.

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Bruce McCulloch

Bruce is a member of the The Kids in the Hall who recently returned toT.V. with the two series “Death Comes to Town” and “Young Drunk Punk.”

Bruce spends most of his time in L.A. where he writes and produces for network and cable television. He’s also known as the creator of ABC’s“Carpoolers.” His latest project for CBC TV, “Young Drunk Punk” is a show inspired by his own life that aired in 2015/16. Bruce both wrote and starred in it.

He has written and/or directed several films including “Dog Park” starring Luke Wilson, “Superstar” starring Molly Shannon and Will Ferrell,“Stealing Harvard” starring Jason Lee and Leslie Mann and “Comeback Season” starring Ray Liotta.

Bruce has also recently acted in episodes of “Workaholics” and the Netflix season of “Arrested Development.” His first book, “Let’s Start a Riot,” was released by Harper Collins in Fall of 2014.

He has written or performed several one-man shows including Two-Headed Roommate, Jazz Stenographers, Slightly Bigger Cities, The PinkDot Stories in San Francisco and extensive touring of Young Drunk Punk. Bruce has two spoken word/ comedy/ music CDs: "Shame-based Man" and "The Drunk Baby Project."