Comedy legend Mike MacDonald LIVE at the Silver Fox Club!
Doors open at 6:30 p.m., Show at 7:30 p.m., Sunday May 07th
Silver Fox Club, 110 Water Street, Summerside
Mike MacDonald is a Canadian stand-up comedian and actor. He has written and/or starred in many movies, including Mr. Nice Guy. In addition to his successful and well received live performances all over North America, MacDonald has appeared in such TV shows as the Late Show with David Letterman and The Arsenio Hall Show.
To book your tickets online (fees apply) or pick up in Charlottetown at the PEI Humane Society, 309 Sherwood Road and the Summerside Silver Fox Club.
Price: $20 plus tax per show ticket
Book a dinner at the Silver Fox Club before the show with part of the proceeds going to the shelter! LIVE music with Andy Gallant and Chris Ahearn. Enjoy a tasty 3 course meal for only $25 plus tax & grats. You will have a choice of soup or salad, then chicken, beef or salmon and choice of dessert. Give them a call to make a reservation: (902) 436-2153.
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MacDonald has had many successful and well received live performances all over North America. In addition, he has appeared on numerous TV shows including Late Night with David Letterman, The Arsenio Hall Show, Just For Laughs, Showtime’s Comedy Club All-Star Show, A&E’s An Evening at the Improv, and Comedy Central’s The A List. His popularity continues to soar in both the US and Canada. He has hosted both the Gemini Awards and the Just For Laughs 10th Anniversary Special for the CBC. MacDonald also holds the distinction of being the only comedian to perform at each and every Just For Laughs gala show.
MacDonald has starred in three well received specials for the CBC in Canada and for Showtime in the US. His first special, Mike MacDonald; On Target was the very first one-hour prime time special by a stand-up comic in the history of the CBC. This success led to MacDonald’s next special, “My House! My Rules!” This special won its prime time slot when it aired in Canada. It also was nominated for two Gemini Awards. The Showtime version of “My House! My Rules!” was nominated for two CableACE Awards, “Best Comedy Special” and “Best Writing in a Comedy Special”. His third Showtime special, called “Happy As I Can Be”, was originally slated as a half-hour show. When executives saw the footage, they immediately expanded it to an hour. “Happy As I Can Be” in its one-hour format also achieved a number 1 rating when it aired in prime time in Canada on the CBC.
He also starred in the shortlived CBC sitcom Mosquito Lake in 1989.