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SUMMERSIDE - Comedian James Mullinger’s new tour show, “Almost Canadian”, takes the stage at Harbourfront Theatre on Jan. 18, 7:30 p.m.
"Prince Edward Island is one of my favourite places in the world and has been since I first visited almost 20 years ago,” says Mullinger.
“I have performed on the Island many times, including last year as part of the divine Small Halls festival, but this is my first big theatre show and I am so excited that it is in beautiful Summerside. Prince Edward Island audiences are the best and I promise to bring my A-game to give you the best night of stand-up comedy you'll see this year.”
The British comedian has taken Canada by storm with sold-out shows across the country, as well as appearances on CBC’s The Debaters, movies, TV shows, festivals, awards, magazines and stand up specials. Since moving to Atlantic Canada four years ago, he’s done it all.
But he’s putting movies and TV shows aside to go out and do what he loves most “ live stand-up comedy.
James is one of Canada’s biggest cheerleaders. He loves it here and spends his time promoting it across the world and raising money for charities and non-profits. James has raised more than $100,000 for Maritimes charities and has become one of Canada’s top comics, being nominated for both a “Just For Laughs” comedy award and a Canadian Comedy Award for best live show.
He is also a much sought after corporate clean comedian and keynote speaker on the subjects of marketing, media and uplifting positivity celebrating where you live and work.
He also launched his own international magazine The Maritime Edit (www.maritimeedit.com) to share his love of the small towns and cities of Atlantic Canada with the rest of the world.
This is his first ever solo stand up show at the Harbourfront Theatre featuring brand new material as well as some of his classic routines, including Maritime Directions.