Comedian Efthimios Nasiopoulos will be at Realm Food Co. on Sunday

Comedian at Realm Food Co. in Parksville

This Sunday, comedian Efthimios Nasiopoulos will be at the Parksville restaurant

It will be a night of laughs at Realm Food Co. on Nov. 13.

This Sunday, comedian Efthimios Nasiopoulos will be at the Parksville restaurant. Tickets are $20. The dinner starts at 6 p.m. with the show starting at 7 p.m.

Growing up in Toronto, Nasiopoulos said he came from a blue- collar family, where hard work was always done with your hands. Telling jokes was something you did on your break, not for a living.

After seeing his first comedy show on TV, he fell in love with it, and it changed everything.

Nasiopoulos said he has always had a passion to make people laugh while shining the light on life’s absurdities.

Never one to shy away from anything, using his acerbic wit and unique point of view, Nasiopoulos gives people a hysterical insight into human nature and tears down many social conventions we take for granted.

This year, he performed his first gala at CBC’s Winnipeg’s Comedy Festival and the Hubcap comedy festival in Moncton. He also stars in a new prank show coming to Bite TV Prank You.

— Submitted by Realm Food Co.

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