Peter Hudson will be headlining the Outsiders Comedy Night on Dec. 14. SUBMITTED PHOTO

Enjoy a night of laughter at the Capitol Theatre

Outsiders Comedy Night is a fundraiser for STAGES Youth Theatre

Join the Capitol Theatre for a night of laughter during the Outsiders Comedy Night.

On Friday, Dec. 14, enjoy one night and three hilarious acts, brought to you by Peter Hudson Comedy. This event is in support of the STAGES Youth Theatre students’ trip to London, England in March 2019.

Headliner Peter Hudson is a mainstay of the Vancouver Island comedy scene who has entertained audiences throughout western Canada. He has done Just For Laughs Northwest, Winner of 2016 Yuk off Victoria and has worked with such acts as Jon Lovitz, Jake The Snake Roberts, Nelly, SuperTroopers and Everlast to name a few.

Known to comedians across the country as the mayor of Nanaimo, Peter taps into daily life to bring you hilarious takes on work, family and his own quirks and misadventures. His comedy is raw and colourful, whether he’s describing growing up as a redhead, working blue collar jobs, or living green (in more than one way) on the west coast. Known for his ability to rev up a crowd with his high energy, exuberant and always entertaining comedy, Peter will get you laughing and won’t let you stop until he thinks you’ve had enough.

He will be joined on stage by Andrew Mack and Mikey Dubs. Mack, a Vancouver Island comic, pulls his comedy from a wide range of material, including his own faults. He sees the absurdity in the everyday, and churns that into hilarious takes on how ridiculous we all can be. Mikey Dubs recently returned from the Winnipeg Comedy Festival and JFLNW.

Tickets are available online at www.brownpapertickets.com, as well as the Capitol Theatre, the Rollin Art Centre, SteamPunk Café and Trends Design Team.

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