Stranger to Hard Work by Cathy Jones

Sep 28-Oct 8 Tues 7pm | Wed-Fri 8pm | Sat 4pm & 8pm | Sun 3pm | Wed 1pm PWYC (Sep 28 + Oct 5)

Stranger to Hard Work
Written and performed by Cathy Jones
Directed by Ann-Marie Kerr

Weekdays (Tues-Wed, Sun Matinee)
Adult $35
Senior/Student $30
Under 30/Artist $23
No suitable children

Weekends (Thurs-Sat, Sat Matinee)
Adult $40
Senior/Student $35
U30/Artist $28
Not suitable children

Canadian cultural icon, comedienne and one of the funniest women on television, Cathy Jones, returns to the stage with her third one woman show, Stranger To Hard Work. In this new show Cathy shares her unique perspective on a variety of topics from food to money and the troublesome people in her life. It’s a funny, thought provoking look at what she’s learned in life so far.

About Cathy Jones
Catherine (Cathy) Jones, actor, writer (born at St John’s 6 April 1955). Cathy Jones attended Holy Heart of Mary High School and by the age of 17 had joined the Newfoundland Travelling Theatre Company with her brother Andy for a summer of touring the province. She is Newfoundland’s comic gift to the rest of Canada, regularly skewering the establishment, politicians and sacred cows. The youngest of a multi-talented family—brother Andy JONES is an actor and writer, and another brother, Mike Jones, is a noted filmmaker—Cathy Jones is one of the funniest women on Canadian television.