Back in 2006 – Nick Chenosky, David Horn and Craig Scorgie first met in a high school drama class in London Ontario. After writing the school play and performing together at student talent shows and open mics, the young comedians took their material to the 2008 London Fringe Festival in the sketch revue ‘Kh!’: A Skhetch Khomedy under the name Good Game. They continued to develop their comedy style at Fringe Festivals, until bringing their act to the comedy clubs in Toronto in 2010.
Throughout the years since, Good Game has performed regularly at rooms like Comedy Bar, The Rivoli, The Social Capital Theatre,and the Bad Dog Comedy Theatre.
In 2012-2014, Good Game took a hiatus to develop side projects, and now their resurgence into the live comedy scene is stronger than ever, performing 17 shows this past year… including a performance at the NYC Sketch Comedy Festival.
“This show has so many funny, unexpected moments.” -londonfringe.ca
“These are clearly three naturally funny people” -Bloody Underrated
“A must see!” -The London Yodeller