Burning Man and the Reverend Nuge

Comedic storyteller Tommy “Rev. Nuge” Nugent returns with the award-winning show that started it all: from Pentecostal preacher to atheist street magician finding accidental enlightenment over two trips to the Burning Man festival with the help of cheese-whizzed nipples, “special” brownies and a mysterious and underdressed stranger.

Tickets: $10

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              1. 9:00 pm
                Burning Man and the Reverend Nuge

                See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2010/06/burning-man-and-the-reverend-nuge/ for details.

                Location: TAP Centre for Creativity

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              1. 10:30 pm
                Burning Man and the Reverend Nuge

                See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2010/06/burning-man-and-the-reverend-nuge/ for details.

                Location: TAP Centre for Creativity

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              1. 3:30 pm
                Burning Man and the Reverend Nuge

                See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2010/06/burning-man-and-the-reverend-nuge/ for details.

                Location: TAP Centre for Creativity

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                  1. 10:00 pm
                    Burning Man and the Reverend Nuge

                    See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2010/06/burning-man-and-the-reverend-nuge/ for details.

                    Location: TAP Centre for Creativity

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                      1. 6:00 pm
                        Burning Man and the Reverend Nuge

                        See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2010/06/burning-man-and-the-reverend-nuge/ for details.

                        Location: TAP Centre for Creativity

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                      1. 12:30 pm
                        Burning Man and the Reverend Nuge

                        See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2010/06/burning-man-and-the-reverend-nuge/ for details.

                        Location: TAP Centre for Creativity

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                          1 thought on “Burning Man and the Reverend Nuge”

                          1. From the moment Tommy Nugent walks on the stage, you like him. It only goes upwards from there. He shares a personal story of his own spiritual path so sincerly and honest that it is as if you are in his living room listening to him talk. He delves into how when we are “looking for connection, we find it.” I was certainly connected to this story and find it a very special gift when a solo storyteller can present such universality while at the same time being so autobiographical. Tommy speaks of chapters in our lives when we are in the middle of things (i.e. a Burning Man experience) and then later in our lives revisting that same event and seeing it from a completely different perspective than the first time. You will walk away from this show thinking about your own life experiences and spirituality and feeling inspired with what is TRULY important in life. Within one hour I was converted to the church of Reverand Nuge! Come join us.

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