Note- Ticket sales are brisk and we expect it to be sold out shortly. Only 2 days left to get tickets. Act quickly! Yes it's the Prez and the Gov as

 
 

 

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Note- Ticket sales are brisk and we expect it to be sold out shortly. Only 2 days left to get tickets. Act quickly!

Yes it's the Prez and the Gov as you've never seen them before: paired together as hosts of their own show....and it's not pretty.

​As the digs and zingers fly they bring in special guests like Linc Chafee, Gene Valicenti, Barbara Morse Silva, Mayor Elorza, and many more.

Dorothy and Guido (Toto) go to Creeeeaanston where Allan Fung is the Wizard- or is he! How's that UHIP computer doing? And don't miss Gina playing Tina Turner as she croons "Tollin, Tollin, Tolling all the Truckers". There's also Pawsox, pot, and parking tickets to comment on. The Trump skit (All About His Base) is worth the price of admission alone. Don't miss it!

FRIDAY APRIL 13TH at CHAN'S IN WOONSOCKET.
8pm show but come early for the infamous $13 buffet! Tix for show $20pp. Reserve at 765-1900 or get tix online chanseggrollsandjazz.com.

Chan's is located at 267 Main Street, Woonsocket.

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

 

 

 
 

 

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