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Saturday, January 13 • 10:30pm - 11:55pm
Olde English / The Templeton Philharmonic

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From humble beginnings at New York's Bard College, sketch comedy group Olde English quickly began to think they were hot shit after becoming popular on the internet, even though the internet itself wasn't really all that popular yet. After graduating, they produced a successful run of video sketches, ran a weekly show at UCBNY, performed at SF Sketchfest three times, and made the critically acclaimed film "The Exquisite Corpse Project." Since then, they have parted ways as a group but remained friends and collaborators, often appearing in each others work and apartments. Raphael Bob-Waksberg created and produces Netflix's "BoJack Horseman," Adam Conover created and hosts TruTV's "Adam Ruins Everything," Ben Popik created and operates a food truck park in Belize, Caleb Bark produces, acts, and teaches in New York City, and David changed his name to Wave (don't ask me, man, I'm just a bio) and writes and acts in Los Angeles. With an opening set by The Templeton Philharmonic. $25

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Olde English

From humble beginnings at New York's Bard College, sketch comedy group Olde English quickly began to think they were hot shit after becoming popular on the internet, even though the internet itself wasn't really all that popular yet. After graduating, they produced a successful r... Read More →
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The Templeton Philharmonic

Gwynne Phillips and Briana Templeton grew up in small towns in Ontario, Canada. They met while they studied Drama at the University of Toronto. Since then, they have picked up several awards for their live comedy shows including “Outstanding Sketch Performance” at the first annual My Theatre Awards, “SteamWhistle Producer’s Pick” at Toronto Sketchfest, and “Best Comedy Duo” at the L.A. Comedy Festival... Read More →



Saturday January 13, 2018 10:30pm - 11:55pm
Gateway Theatre 215 Jackson Street San Francisco, CA 94111

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