OFFLINE is Toronto’s newest live experience presenting stand up comedy, a live band, and a whole lot of funk. It’s all the ruckus of ‘Def Comedy Jam’ meets the communal vibe of ‘Soul Train’, packed into a solid night of entertainment. Headlined by Ryan Belleville (Just For Laughs, Late Late Show), featuring stand up by Carol Zoccoli (Saturday Night Live-Brazil), …
Continuing on three years of sold-out shows, Comedy Uncovered:Live returns for another night of surprise guests, prizes, and epic comedy! Headlined by Steve Patterson (host of CBC’s The Debaters, Just For Laughs) and featuring stand up by Chantel Marostica (Winnipeg Comedy Festival), character work by Canadian Comedy Award winning improviser Kris Siddiqi, and a HUGE surprise guest (think Just For Laughs across two continents, their own TV deals, movies, and more), we went all out on talent. Plus, pre-show music by Tom Misch, boooy.
February is a stellar month for Comedy in Toronto. From Empire Comedy’s international headliners Dana Gould (Simpsons, Parks and Recreations) and Jackie Kashian, to a Family Day show at one of Toronto’s longest running weekly shows, to the improv powerhouse shows and formats Mantown and Catch 23, it’s going to be dope two weeks!
Continuing on three years of sold-out shows, Comedy Uncovered:Live returns for another night of surprise guests, prizes, and epic comedy! Headlined by Rob Mailloux (opened for Jim Jeffries, Edinborough FRINGE, Founder of Dark Comedy Fest), featuring Todd Graham (JFL42), improv by the prodigious power-troupe MANTOWN (Best Improv Troupe 2013), and hosted by Blayne Smith (iChannel). Plus a very special surprise guest!
We’re back with a huge line-up (including a VERY special guest!). Headlined by Matt O’Brien (JFL42, LA Comedy Fest’s Best Male Stand Up), featuring Sandra Battaglini (NOW’s Best Female Stand Up 2015), improv by Bad Dog Theatre’s resident troupe The Bad Dog Repertory Players, and hosted by Bobby Knauff (JFL42, Winner of the Toronto Comedy Brawl). Plus Candy! Prizes! And other fun things because I can’t wait for Christmas.