The Brigantine Elks will welcome one and all to unwind and relieve the stress of the holidays with some laughs at their fifth annual Comedy Night Saturday, Nov. 25 in the lodge banquet room.

The show will feature three stand-up comics – Jeff Pirrami, Brad Trackman and Dave Terruso – all of whom have performed on national comedy circuits and cruise ships.

Doors open 6:30 p.m., an all-you-can-eat buffet starts 7 p.m., and the show begins 8 p.m.

Admission is $30. Proceeds benefit Elks charities.

Tickets can be purchased in the lounge of the Brigantine Elks Lodge, 400 W. Shore Drive, or by calling 609-703-9505. Tickets can also be reserved online at

Pirrami is a regular in Los Angeles at the LA Comedy Store and Laff Factory; in New York City at Dangerfield's, Gothem Comedy Club and Caroline's on Broadway; in Las Vegas at the Tropicana, Riviera and Flamingo; and in Atlantic City at the Tropicana, Resorts and Borgata.

The Philadelphia-based comedian's credits include being the emcee and between-skit comedian of a former long-running Atlantic City act called the Burlesque Show, and roasting Don King and Pat Cooper at the New York City Friars Club. His A.C. credits also include headlining, along with two other comedians, a tribute to his friend Ray Garvey, the Brooklyn-born cop turned comic who founded the Borgata Comedy Club in 2003 and died in 2010.

Pirrami was formerly the opening act on concert tours for the Charlie Dandiest Band, Willie Nelson, Ray Charles, Frankie Valli, Chubby Checker, Three Dog Night, the Temptations and the Four Tops. He has TV and film appearances in HBO's “White Chicks Inc.,” “The Diet Show” and “Comedy Kitchen.”

Trackman is a national touring comedian who has appeared on “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson,” “Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen,” “Star Search with Arsenio Hall” and “Gotham Comedy Live,” and he has made numerous appearances on the Comedy Central TV network.

He played the fictitious presidential candidate Biff Wolanski on the Spike TV network, and has been a regular at the Comedy Cellar, Gotham Comedy Club, the Comic Strip Live and Caroline's in New York City, and at Brad Garrett's Comedy Club in Las Vegas.

Trackman has also opened for comedians such as Joan Rivers, Robin Williams and Dana Carvey, and formerly toured with the offbeat comic Weird Al Yankovic.

Terruso has opened for acts including Richard Lewis, Gilbert Gottfried, Chris Hardwick, Colin Quinn and Maria Bamford. He has published two dark comic murder-mystery novels – “Cube Sleuth” and “Lost Touch.”

He is currently writing a two-book superhero detective series called “Alter Ego,” and is the co-founder of “Philly Sketchfest,” an international sketch comedy festival in Philadelphia that will be celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2018.

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