Funnyfest brings laughs to Big Eddy Pub

Comedians Tommy Savitt and Stu Hughes are performing at the Big Eddy Pub on Sunday, August 19.

Award-winning comedian Tommy Savitt will be headlining Funnyfest at the Big Eddy Pub on Sunday

Revelstoke will be treated to the humour of Tommy Savitt and Stu Hughes when Funnyfest comes to the Big Eddy Pub on Sunday.

Savitt is an award-winning comedian who has been honoured at the 2007 Boston Comedy Festival, 2008 Seattle Comedy Competition and 2009 LA Comedy Awards. He has been on several TV shows and has also spent time travelling the world playing at US military bases from Afghanistan to South Korea to Ecuador.

Stu Hughes. Photo contributed.

Hughes, a 10-year veteran of stand-up comedy will be opening. He is the founder of the Funnyfest Calgary Comedy Festival. A former professional hockey player, he now works as a stand-up comedian and as a manager of more than 100 comedians.

Funnyfest comes to the Big Eddy Pub on Sunday, August 19 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $10.

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