The Bad Apples Comedy Tour 2024 is set to bring laughter and joy to audiences across British Columbia from January 24 to February 12. The show comes to Squamish on February 4 and will take place at 8 pm at the Toten Hall, and tickets can be purchased here.
Known for their uproarious performances and unique comedic perspectives, Nelson Mayer and Clayton T. Stewart blend cultural insights, personal anecdotes, and an unapologetic sense of humour to leave audiences doubled over with laughter, according to a press release by the group.
Their performances have graced stages globally, and their comedic talents have been featured on platforms such as HBO, Prime Video, Crave TV, APTN, CBC, etc. They will also perform in Whistler on February 5 and Lilloeet on Feb 6.
About the Bad Apples
Hailing from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Nelson Mayer is a Metis comedian who has tickled the funny bones of audiences worldwide. With performances across Europe, Canada, and the US, including at the World-Famous Comedy Store in L.A., Mayer has earned his place as a true comedic gem. He has been recognized for his wit, being a finalist in the prestigious World Series of Comedy in Las Vegas and winning the “Comedian of the North” Comedy Competition in 2020. Mayer graces the small screen as the charming host of APTN’s “Got Identity?” and has made notable appearances on CBC Radio’s “Unreserved” and XM/Sirius Radio.
Hailing from the Peguis First Nation, Clayton T. Stewart is a proud Ojibwe and Treaty member with a decade of experience in the stand-up comedy world. Stewart’s charisma and wit have graced stages across Canada and the United States, including notable performances in Los Angeles, New York, and Hawaii. Clayton is an accomplished artist who has showcased his talent at esteemed comedy festivals such as the Thunder Bay Comedy Festival, Best Medicine: Indigenous Comedy Festival, and Winnipeg Comedy Festival. His impressive resume extends to the big screen, with appearances in films like “SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS,” and “GOON,” as well as TV shows like HBO’s “LESS THAN KIND,” SPACE’s “TODD & THE BOOK OF PURE EVIL,” and APTN’s “CASHING IN.”