Desserted Comedy Tour

Got Pop? presents arguably the tastiest night in comedy Port Alberni has ever seen on April 7.

Got Pop? presents arguably the tastiest night in comedy Port Alberni has ever seen.

The Port Pub is bringing in some of the funniest comedians they could find.

Join the Desserted Island Comedy Tour at the Port Pub on Thursday, April 7.

The comedy duo includes Sandy Danto, from Los Angeles, and Vancouver’s Kathleen McGee who will deliver a feast of jokes in hopes to have audiences laughing the entire evening.

Danto has worked at National Lampoon and is a character actor, but is equally as comfortable playing himself which he did so during his stint with the Lampoon. In addition to his on camera work, he writes, directs and produces comedy shorts. His work can be seen on NationalLampoon.com and on their college television networks.

McGee has worked on Bite TV and on the Nasty Girls Show at Just For Laughs. She has been touring Recently Kathleen was named the winner for the Sirius Search for Russell Peters’ BFF. Canada for the past five years. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m. Special guest Abby Roberge will open the show. Tickets are $15 and on sale now at the Port Pub or online at ticketzone.com.

 

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