Pardis Parker, a writer and featured correspondent on CBC’s This Hour Has 22 Minutes, will be in Kingston for four nights beginning Wednesday, August 28.
Also appearing on the CBC in a comedic recurring role for Little Mosque on the Prairie, Parker has more recently been seen as anchor of the satiric Mideast Minute, distributed worldwide on Comedy Central’s digital platform, and as a frequent guest on Comedy Central’s @midnight in the United States.
Raised in Nova Scotia, the Sri Lankan-born comedian is also a regular performer at the Hollywood Improv, Hollywood Laugh Factory, and World Famous Comedy Store as well as nominated six times for the Canadian Comedy Award and a finalist for Canada’s Next Top Comic.
Pardis Parker will be headlining at Absolute Comedy in Kingston from Wednesday, August 28th to Saturday, August 31st.
Absolute Comedy is located at 1187 Princess Street in the Peachtree Plaza. More information, including a a show calendar and how to purchase tickets for Parker’s shows, can be found at absolutecomedy.ca/kingston.
Check out this classic clip from Pardis Parker on ‘Comedy Time’ in 2010:
Photo: Pardis Parker on Facebook