Category Archives: picnicface

Roller Town is an Excellent Source of Potassium

mark little & kayla lorette According to this bittersweet interview with Andrew Bush and Mark Little from Toronto Standard, Roller Town, the multi award winning first feature length film from Halifax’s own Picnicface, may be the sketch troupe’s last project … Continue reading

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Canadian Television Could Be Great & Saving Picnicface Will Help

the cast of picnicface I cannot sit here in good conscience and tell you that Canadian television is great. Yet, I can tell you with absolute confidence that it COULD be great and it could be great soon. What I … Continue reading

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Bill Wood on "Real Theatre"

bill wood (left) with kyle dooley (2/8 of picnicface) Bill Wood, best known as 1/8 of Picnicface, the infamous Halifax-based sketch comedy troupe known for their incredibly successful slew of videos on youtube, is switching gears dramatically and appearing in … Continue reading

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Face the Picnic: Sketch Genius that is 100% Reliable

There is this apathetic myth that tends to circulate among Haligonians from time to time that I would like squash right now. It is the myth that nothing cool ever comes from Halifax and nothing cool ever happens in Halifax. … Continue reading

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