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Grew up in an Italian household? This is the comedy show for you

Tickets on sale now for the Canadian Sons of Southern Italian Immigrants show with Giuseppe the MC and Guido Grasso
Giuseppe the MC

Giuseppe the MC and Guido Grasso are live for one night only, performing their Canadian Sons of Southern Italian Immigrants show April 27 at The Grand Theatre.

This Italian comedic Duo have toured across Canada, England, Australia and the US. They have both performed in the Soo separately in the past and are excited to combine their efforts for the strong Italian community here.

Their success is attributed to their lifestyle of being children of Italian immigrant families as they proudly proclaim. Respecting their parents, means poking good fun also. They simple just adore how old school their parents are and how they were raised, as it represents a time that no longer exists, plus it offer endless supply of comedic material.

In the past several years, they have comedic viral videos that have millions of views across Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. They are two of only a handful of comedians in the world that actually speak Italian dialect on stage (Giuseppe speaking Calabrese and Guido speaking Napolitano).

This show is for the entire family. If Italian was spoken at home and you were raised in an Italian household, be sure to not miss out on this incredible performance.

There are several ways to get tickets. You can contact:

  • Jarret Vernelli or Marco Difulmeri at 705-206-3847
  • Sault Community Box Office, Station Mall, 293 Bay St.
  • or online here