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Archive for March 2014

Mar 29th, 2014

Back to a Funny Fundraiser, and we’re doing a show in a building in Spryfield with a 2.5 story space to try to be funny in. We had a fair sized crowd, probably about 130 – 150, and that sometimes can be a bad thing. The problem was not only did we have an echo…

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Mar 20th, 2014

Paul Partington wanted to bring comedy to the Fairview area of Halifax, so he’s set up a show at the Freeman’s Little New York and it was a nice little room. As the night went on, there was a small crowd that kept growing, and by the time I hit the stage it was fun…

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Mar 19th, 2014

As a Comedian, you can’t sit stale, you constantly have to try out new things. Sometimes they work and you keep them, sometimes they don’t and you try them again after refining them a bit. Then sometimes you try and you fail so badly that you just never want to try it again. Tonight was…

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Mar 18th, 2014

Another kick at the can for Geeks vs Nerds and this time the topic was Which Nanny has the most authority? Brock Sampson Vs Mary Poppins. Despite what I thought, clearly the majority of people either still have immense feelings for the British Nanny with the sugar pushing habit, or they just fantasize about her…

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Mar 12th, 2014

Bearly’s is back in business, and so am I, I got to bring the guitar and I had a great set, first off doing the Tribute to Marijuana and then the celebrities become Rockstars, and both went over well. I didn’t think it was going well at all, but Bill encouraged me to continue and…

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Mar 11th, 2014

Clay West again, and I tried out some new stuff which kind of got some laughs, I started out talking about history and the truth behind St. Benedict, then I got onto some jokes about accents and the worst accents in “Cap’t Correlli’s Mandolin” which got some laughs. I ended it with a request from…

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Mar 10th, 2014

Back at Megacomedy Mondays and I tried some new material, including the story of the time I got in the middle of a police shooting, then added the part about the two women in the court looking for “Carey Lee the Asian woman”. Then I added the impressions again including Alf, which didn’t go over…

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The Y’arth…My First Theatre Show

This was my first Theatre Show, Marc Sauve and I travelled to Yarmouth and we did a show for about 110 people. The sound system was excellent, my jokes went over well and I got to add in the impressions and got to add in a joke I wrote myself just before the show called…

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Mar 4th, 2014

Back at Clay West, it was a fun night and I tried out some new impressions especially for Andrew Vaughan. On the trip to Moncton, Andrew said he wanted to hear me do my Alf impression, and so I did, and those who knew what he sounded like enjoyed it. The rest just worked okay,…

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Mar 1st, 2014 (Part 2)

The last minute Ryan Fried Nightmare was just that, a last minute show….but not a nightmare. There was a small crowd, but they enjoyed the comedy and I tried out a few new things, one of which was talking about the differences between London Accents and the other was about what it was like smoking…

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