Comedy Night – Laugh Your Way to Spring!
March 22 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm| $20
The third edition of Comedy Night – Laugh Your Way to Spring! presented by Scotiabank will take place on Thursday, March 22 at at Anderson Links Golf & Country Club. The doors open at 6:00 p.m. and the shows start at 7:00 p.m. This year’s comics are Geoff Mackay, Don Kelly, and Paul Mussell. Enjoy a night of hilarious family-friendly comedy all while helping a worthy cause. GET YOUR TICKETS TODAY!
As the dreary act of joining a bureaucratic workforce bound to a stranger’s bottom line occurred to Geoff Mackay in his early twenties, he realized that earning a reliable salary, casual Fridays, and morning conversations about the weather were not for him.
His absurdly cerebral observations about toasters, math textbooks, skydiving and social convention have made him a headlining comic in the Canadian and international comedy scenes. Geoff was a member of Team Canada and performed for the Canadian Forces in Kuwait, France, and Ukraine.
Don Kelly is a Gemini-nominated Host, comedian, writer, actor and all-around communications specialist. As a stand-up comic he has performed across North America and has appeared on numerous television and radio comedy showcases, including his own national television specials on CBC’s Comics!, CTV’s Comedy Now, the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, The Debaters and many other national and regional programs.
Don has hosted the 2008 and 2009 Aboriginal Day Live national broadcast on the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network, and served as host for the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards and the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards “First Night Festival.” Don is currently host and writer of the Gemini-nominated television show Fish Out of Water on APTN.
If laughter is good for the soul, then Paul Mussell has cornered the market. In the field of comedy and entertainment, Paul’s blend of clean, life-on-the-farm humor is a breath of fresh country air. He brings a healthy dose of rural perspective and wisdom to everything he sees. It’s open season on everything and Paul has great aim. He breaks through the surface to get to the juicy humor within. Paul is surrounded every day by material for his comedy.
The Ottawa Citizen says, “He can bring a smile to even the most cosmopolitan audience.” The Manotick Messenger calls Paul “not your average dairy farmer.”