SUDBURY, ON- Fifteen-time Gemini Nominee and Host of Because News on CBC Radio,

Gavin Crawford is returning to Sudbury with special guest Ted Morris for an amazing night of stand-up comedy in support of Rainbow Camp this Saturday, May 4, 2019, at 7 pm at the Sudbury Theatre Centre, 170 Shaughnessy Street. All remaining tickets have been discounted by 20%.

Regular tickets are now $35.00 and premium seating is $41.60 with tax and fees included. Tickets are on sale now at  Dibrina Sudbury Theatre Box Office and online at


Gavin’s work has garnered significant critical acclaim. In 1998 he was the recipient of the prestigious Tim Sims Encouragement Fund award for outstanding up-and-coming comedic performer. In addition to numerous nominations, Gavin has received many awards for best male performance, television writing, and ensemble performances from 2003 to present.

Gavin has also guest starred on many of Canada’s most popular television shows including,

Corner Gas, Robson Arms, The Red Green Show, CTV’s



Sonic Temple, Made in Canada, Heartland, and Murdock Mysteries (for which he won a Gemini Award for Best Guest Role in a dramatic series.) Gavin was also the host of CBC’s successful version of the British talent search program, How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?


Ted Morris can be heard around the world on Sirius XM Radio and in Canada is undefeated on

CBC Radio’s “The Debaters”. He was featured in the short film “Parent Teacher” which was an Official Selection of the LA Comedy Film Festival. He recently performed at the LOL Sudbury Comedy Festival and has performed at the Winnipeg and Halifax Comedy Festivals.

A portion of net proceeds from this event will support Welcome Friend Association’s Rainbow Camp. Rainbow Camp is a one-week camp for young people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer questioning, 2 spirited and plus (LGBTQ2+) and allied youth, their siblings and children in Queer families. WFA’s Rainbow Camp® is committed to developing a camp community which honours creativity, individual choice, and social justice while having fun!!!

WFA’s Rainbow Camp provides opportunities for campers to make new friends and develop skills through traditional camp programming and innovative curriculum. More than anything, Rainbow Camp is a fun place to come OUT and be yourself!