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Opening acts: Walter Lyng and Reese Turner

This is his first show in his favourite city for almost three years! Book now, this will sell out! Tickets are available here.

British comedian James Mullinger has taken Canada by storm. Sold out shows across the country, appearances on CBC’s The Debaters, movies, TV shows, festivals, awards, magazines, stand up specials – since moving to the Maritimes five 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. For all of 2019 James is on the road again and this is his only Montreal show!

In April 2016, James sold out New Brunswick’s biggest indoor venue Harbour Station with his uniquely hilarious stand up show. This record breaking show was documented for a CBC documentary film ‘City On Fire’ (https://youtu.be/MJRItrjyHnY) which has aired across Canada to rave reviews and high ratings. The stand up special of the show itself was picked up by Hulu and Amazon Prime so his tales of life in Atlantic Canada are now being enjoyed by (or confusing!) people in Germany, Japan and America. Read more about it here: http://www.theeastmag.com/2017/08/27/james-mullingers-stand-comedy-hits-world-stage-amazon-prime/.

Watch his brand new Amazon Prime & Hulu stand up special free here:

Since then James has toured extensively to packed houses across Canada and England and written and produced a big screen feature film starring actors from Downton Abbey, Coronation Street and Twilight about his early years in stand up, which was described as “unmissable” by GQ Magazine and “essential viewing. A funny, realistic look at what it takes to become a stand up comedian,” by the Montreal Times. And in April this year he broke his own record selling out Harbour Station Arena yet again!

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 Canadian charities.

He also launched his own international magazine The Maritime Edit (link: www.maritimeedit.com) to share his love of the small towns and cities Canada with the rest of the world.

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