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“Sold Out”

on January 27, 2013

Having recently made the move to the Halifax/Dartmouth area, we were in for our first night out when Randy’s nephew-in-law, Ian, informed us he was visiting the area. For those of you that don’t know Ian (Randy’s brother, George (Calgary), father to Cheryl, wife to Ian – that’s the family connection) he is a stand up comedian.

Introducing Ian Sirota


Ian was the “headliner” at the local Yuk Yuk’s club, located in the Westin Nova Scotia in Halifax.



Ian played to a sold out, mixed crowd, with one laugh after another. As his bio relates, he is a two time Gemini nominee and described as a cross between Denis Leary and Don Rickles. His role playing jokes and his bookful of lies he tells his young daughter, where especially entertaining. We laughed til we cried and laughed some more.

Should you ever get the chance to see Ian live, we highly recommend it! And we’re not saying that just because we are related………..

Cheryl – you have a VERY funny husband! And a special thanks to Ian for an unforgettable and entertaining night out and, of course, the tickets!



One response to ““Sold Out”

  1. Vicki Thompson says:

    Wow…how nice is that? Looks like you guys had a really super and fun time! Glad you’re settling in to your new job Randy….you must be really happy that you got this job! : )

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