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Maritime Millennials Comedy Tour

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Saturday, May 19
Doors: 8:00 pm  / Show: 9:00 pm
Wilser’s Room

Five of the Maritimes best young comics are coming to Wilser’s Room for a night of rapid-fire, no-jokes-barred comedy, Saturday May 19 at 9 p.m., doors at 8.

These comics have made happy happen all over the Maritimes and beyond! From Yuk Yuks, to the High Tide and Hubcap comedy festivals, From the Saint Andrews Legion, to The Rivoli in Toronto, these up-and-comers are making their mark on Canadian comedy wherever people will have them.

And lucky you, The Capital is next!
Come check out our hilarious crew perform at Wilser’s Room for just $10 at the door:

Brian Godsoe is a three year veteran of the Atlantic Canadian comedy scene. He has performed in both the United States and Canada. Brian has also worked with notable talents such as Nikki Payne, Adam Delory, Mike Dambra and James Mullinger. He currently resides in Saint John over fabulous Waterloo Street where he shares an apartment with a 40 year old accountant.

Ben MacDonald isn’t your average millennial, he’s way, way below average. Despite this he has performed with the likes of Rob Pue, Kathleen McGee and John Wing. If you want an intellectual, but comical take on current events then keep looking, this guy was homeschooled.

Sam Laidman is an up and coming comic with a sharp wit and dumb face. He is a self-deprecating shut-in skilled at making the mundane hilarious. He has been doing stand-up for two years. He is from Saint John. He likes eating, drinking, and sleeping. Sam Laidman was on TV once. It was snowing and the news asked him about the snow. 2007 SNBMHL Peewee Rec League champion. Was healthy scratch in playoffs. Born in Hamilton, lived there 7 years or so. Hamilton is like a bigger, drier Saint John. Once photosynthesised an entire meal.

Travis Boyce is a comic who has performed with the likes of Nikki Payne, DeAnne Smith, and James Mullinger. When he’s not writing jokes, he’s hatefully touching himself, and wondering why he does comedy in the first place. He is boastfully the fifth funniest person on this show.

Evan Steeves began his comedy career in Halifax but returned to New Brunswick shortly after seeking out a big city feel and booming economy. A comic whose style is defined by regular wordplay and irregular perspectives – his mother refuses to describe him as “charmingly distasteful.” His dark sensibility and whimsical perspective make him a poor choice for children and the elderly alike.