Laugh out loud at the Rockwater

Get ready for some laughs at the Rockwater Grill and Bar for the Live Comedy Night on July 2.

The Rockwater Grill and Bar will be hosting a Live Comedy Night on July 2 with four comedians including Sean Lecomber

Get ready for some laughs at the Rockwater Grill and Bar for the Live Comedy Night on July 2.

Four of Canada’s most sought after comedians will be coming to Golden for a some summer chuckles

Paul Myrehaug began his comedy career in Alberta. Since moving to Toronto at 22, he has been a part of some of the world’s biggest comedy events, including the Seattle International Comedy Competition, the Great Canadian Laugh Off, Just for Laughs Comedy Festival, and has had his own feature on the Comedy Network.

Banff’s Kevin Stobo jumped right into comedy right after high school, winning Edmonton’s Funniest New Comic just a month after graduating.

Not only has he graced the stage at some major comedy events such as Just For Laughs and the Comedy Stampede. He is also a host on Global TV’s Inside Entertainment, and Shaw TV’s Where are They Now. He has had the pleasure of interviewing major stars like Adam Sandler, Eddie Murphy and Ben Affleck.

Hailing from Edmonton, Kerry Unger works day job of teaching English in South Korea with his wife. However, don’t be fooled by his everyman image. Kerry dresses up at night, not to fight crime, but to strut around on stages, talk into microphones and shoot mirth into the guts of audiences.

He spent most of the last 15 years touring comedy clubs in Canada, including appearances on Just for Laughs, the New Faces of Comedy showcase, and has had his own one-hour special on CTV’s Comedy Now!.

And finally, Sean Lecomber is a stand up comedian with a unique perspective. His comedy is based on words and story, rather than movement and expression. His interesting take on all topics under the sun will leave you in fits of laughter. He too has been featured on Just for Laughs, and Comedy Now!, and has also played a coveted set on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Tickets for the Live Comedy Night are $10 in advance, or $15 at the door. The show starts at 9 p.m. on Tuesday July 2.

 

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