Wolfville's Night Kitchen returns for 2014

Wendy Elliott
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Wolfville's only comedy troupe, the Dead Sheep Scrolls, are heading for St. John, N.B. this week to take part in that city's fringe festival. The troupe includes Jamie Loughead, left, Ross Chapman and Alan Slipp. – Bruce Dienes photo

Night Kitchen Renovation will take place  Jan. 4.

The show marks the first of the monthly entertainment evenings orchestrated by Wolfville-based comedy group the Dead Sheep Scrolls.

Among the participants will be: the Hupman Brothers, Updog, Dewey Dunnington, Malory Palmer, Jamie Junger, Noele Segato and pianist Haydon Ali.

The entertainment will get underway at 8 p.m. in the Al Whittle Theatre. Tickets, which often sell out in advance, are $10, $5 for students. They are available at the Just Us Café in Wolfville.

Organizations: Hupman Brothers, Al Whittle Theatre

Geographic location: Wolfville

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