Cliff Paul is one of three Native comedians appearing at the Paramount Music Hall Saturday.

The Campbell River Buckskin Comedy Jam

This unique first of its kind show will feature three premiere Native Comedians

First Nations comedy like you’ve never seen will be making its way to Campbell River Saturday at the Paramount Music Hall.

This unique first of its kind show will feature three premiere Native Comedians:

  • Cliff Paul

After airing on CTV in 2011 Cliff has most recently performed to sold out audiences in Vancouver, Victoria and Powell River.

  • Sean Emeny

After seven weeks of competition and 60 contestants was crowned: Winner – Peoples Champ 2011 – Vancouver’s Favorite Stand Up Comic.

  • Donovan Mahoney

A mainstay on the Vancouver comedy scene since 2009 Donovan has also recently taken to the road with Cliff.

Also performing at this event will be local rockers The Bentwood Boyz.

Showtime is 8 p.m., Saturday, at the Paramount Music Hall (1140 Ironwood Road). Tickets are $15 advance or $20 at the door. Advance tickets are available at Paramount Music Hall or Best Buy Beer and Wine (1270 Dogwood Street).

For more information, visit the Campbell River Buckskin Comedy Jam event page on Facebook and

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