Discovered by “Saturday Night Live” creator, Lorne Michaels, The Kids In The Hall hit the TV comedy scene in 1989 with a half-hour show on HBO. Thanks to their quick wit and uncanny impersonation abilities – in particular that of the Queen of England – The Kids In The Hall quickly formed a cult following which has only continued to grow, even though their show ended in 1995. Re-runs still air on Comedy Central.

Since their TV days, the Kids have been involved in many different solo projects. Most notably, Foley was on the sitcom NewsRadio and Thomson on The Larry Sanders Show. McKinney had a stint on Saturday Night Live while McDonald and McCulloch appeared in or directed several films.

The Kids In The Hall last toured in 2000 when they made a run on theatres around the States. This latest spate of dates will have the guys visiting many of the Canadian cities that they missed during their last tour.