Dylan Ryhmer headlines at Jimmy's Pub this Saturday night. Tickets are $10.

Dylan Rhymer headlines at Agassiz pub

Jimmy's Pub hosts another comedy night on Saturday

The comedy nights continue at Jimmy’s Pub in Agassiz. This Saturday night (Nov. 8), the pub is bringing in Dylan Rhymer as a headliner.

Rhymer won the People’s Champ of Comedy in 2013, and was voted Vancouver’s funniest comic.

His credits include Comedy Now, CBC’s The Debaters, the Bumbershoot Arts Festival, Vancouver Comedy Festival, Chigaco Sketchfest, World Urban Festival and Newfoundland WinterLaff Festival.

He also created and performed the character Dick Hackney, obnoxious 80’s stand-up comic, for the hugely popular video game Scarface: The World is Yours (Radical Games).

Openers for this show will be Mark Nesbitt and Susan Hansen. The evening will be emceed by comedian Richard Thompson.

The show gets started at about 9 p.m. and tickets are $10.


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