Park Town Hotel Saskatoon

Yuk Yuk's Comedy Club Saskatoon

Yuk Yuk's Comedy Club - Park Town Hotel Saskatoon

Serving comedy at the Park Town Hotel for over 25 years!

924 Spadina Cres East

Every Friday night we host a wide variety of comedians that are funnier than a rubber crutch!

Come enjoy a fun and relaxing evening full of laughter and good times at Yuk Yuk's Comedy Club Saskatoon

$20 Advanced Tickets ($25 at the door)

Click HERE to request tickets online or call 306-667-6075 to reserve by phone

Doors Open at 8:00pm


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NO SHOW FRIDAY MAY 19 DUE TO THE LONG WEEKEND

MAY 26

KERRY UNGER

Over the past fifteen years, Kerry Unger has established himself as one of Canada’s top comedy acts.   His likability has won the approval of audiences across North America, while his originality has won the respect of his peers.  His stand up is relevant and accessible to all.  In addition to being funny, Kerry is also ruggedly handsome, and at six foot three is able to reach things most other comics can only dream of.
Kerry currently resides in Edmonton.  He is a Pisces who enjoys reading,  long walks, and world travel.  Aside from comedy, Kerry is a published cartoonist, and a singer/ songwriter. 

Impressive achievements: 
Kerry has appeared at several comedy festivals including the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal as part of the prestigious “New Faces of Comedy” Showcase.   He has made several appearances on national television.  For two seasons he was the head writer and a cast member of  “Gutterball Alley”, which was a terrible program on the Comedy Network.  His stand-up was showcased in an hour long “Comedy Now!”  special on CTV. “Aha! But what about radio?” you say.  Well, there’s the 2 tapings of CBC’s  “Madly Off In All Directions”, and he’s also a regular on the XM Satellite Radio’s comedy channel.  He was also the subject of a feature article in Reader’s Digest, the most widely read magazine in the world! (For his comedy, not because he was trapped under a tractor for three days, although that happened too.)  His cartoons have been published internationally by several magazines, including regular contributions to “The CFL Magazine”, and “The U.S. Army Magazine”.  His songs, including such hits as “Not the Father” combine heart-wrenching lyrics with stunning guitar virtuosity, and that really impresses the chicks.