Prince Edward Island web series ‘Wharf Rats’ is proving to be extremely popular, despite the fact that it technically doesn’t exist yet. With a handful of clips and a growing audience of over 8000 followers the series have managed to hook two major sources of funding. It’s not all that surprising considering the talent they’re working with and the name they’ve made for themselves. Continue reading Wharf Rats: PEI Web Series Secures Over $200k In Funding
Prince Edward Island continues to prove itself as a comedic goldmine. One of the co-creators of The Prince Edward Island Encyclopedia have given us yet another look into island life with the creation of their newest web series, Bluebird. Continue reading Bluebird: Co-Creator Of The PEI Encyclopedia Co-Creates A New Web Series
Last year James Mullinger set out to do the impossible, as James Mullinger tends to. In a city that has a notorious reputation for being last minute to everything, and the only hope of selling out a show is to bribe your grad class, Mullinger managed to pack Harbour Station with his comedy. It’s a feat no other New Brunswick born comedian has yet to accomplish. Mullinger even managed to sell more tickets than Jerry Seinfeld who performed there in 2013, and tonight Mullinger announced that he’s aiming to do it again. Continue reading Exclusive: James Mullinger Aims To Pack Saint John’s Harbour Station A Second Time
The first annual festival to celebrate the East coast’s comedy scene in Southern New Brunswick is being presented by Something Funny Inc October 20th and 21st, 2017, and they’ve partnered with The East to give you a chance to win two VIP Festival Passes. Continue reading CONTEST: Something Funny’s Comedy Festival Needs A Name
While news has been trickling out since the taping of CBC Radio’s Laugh Out Loud comedy show at KV Billiards in Quispamsis, the official announcement was made today that Something Funny Inc. will be presenting a full blown comedy festival for Southern New Brunswick.
Continue reading Something Funny Inc Announces Comedy Festival For Southern New Brunswick