no plans to come to Canada. Well, things change fast for the tiger blood imbued. After his U.S. shows immediately sold out, the self-proclaimed warlock announced a new round of shows, including one at Massey Hall on April 14.

"> no plans to come to Canada. Well, things change fast for the tiger blood imbued. After his U.S. shows immediately sold out, the self-proclaimed warlock announced a new round of shows, including one at Massey Hall on April 14.

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Toronto to get a dose of Charlie Sheen this April


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When Charlie Sheen first announced his one-man show, My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is not an Option, he apparently had no plans to come to Canada. Well, things change fast for the tiger blood imbued. After his U.S. shows immediately sold out, the self-proclaimed warlock announced a new round of shows, including one at Massey Hall on April 14.

What's the show about? Since the title doesn't seem to be all that helpful, we'll have to quote the man himself, who has described it as "the REAL story." If that's not vague enough, check out this video from his website.

And, if watching a man self-implode isn't enough of an impetus to check out the show, he's also apparently donating one dollar from each ticket to the Red Cross.

Tickets go on sale tomorrow. Trolls need not apply.

[Toronto Star, Globe and Mail]

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