Funny business going on in Port Alberni’s aborignal community

Two Indian dudes from Vancouver who are full of laughs are bringing their unique brand of humour to Port Alberni on March 10.

The Rez Jesters: Brian 'The Bloody Savage' Majore

There’s some funny business going on in Port Alberni’s Indian country— or there will be.

Vancouver-based aboriginal comedians Brian Majore (The Bloody Savage) and Cliff Paul (Clifford the Big Rez Dog) are coming to Port Alberni on Thursday, March 10.

The duo ­­— along with special guests Donovan Mahoney and Chris Gaskin — are coming to the Capitol Theatre on Thursday, March 10. Showtime at 8 p.m.

“Native people love to laugh and we love making them laugh,” Majore said. “So if you love to laugh, come on out to the show.”

Majore has appeared on CTV and APTN.

His comedy comes subjects such as being a university student, a father, as well as a native living in Canada.

Paul looks at himself and his heritage as a source of laughter. His style is described as edgy but never mean.

The jesters are performing four shows on Vancouver Island, including shows in Nanaimo and Victoria.

The show contains humour that is adult oriented and may not be suitable for children.

Tickets are $20 each and on sale at the Hupacasth House of Gathering, 5500 Beaver Creek Rd.

For further information call 250-724-4041, or 250-735-2334.

The duo can also be found at www.facebook.com/thebloodysavageandthebigrezdog.

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