Sure, attending the world’s largest comedy festival is on your bucket list, but you’re from the big smoke and don’t speak a lick of French. Don’t worry, Comedy Uncovered has got you…covered, and we don’t even speak French either! Below, we’ve got the scoop on fun stuff like parties, shows, and food, plus we touch on the lame logistics of travel and lodging.
We talk shop with the incomparable Ryan Hamilton who was recently named one of Rolling Stone’s Top Five Comedians to Watch. Ryan dishes on his writing process, the worst show he ever booked, and why his Just For Laughs show this summer is ironically named “Edgy, Boundary-Pushing Comedian.”
Here’s our low down on the best of #JFLMTL. Whether you’re limited by time, money, or just can’t risk running into your ex, we’re here to help you narrow down your bucket-list.
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!
After more than two years and 30 shows (many sold-out!), we’re back with the most promising Stand Up and improv this city has to offer!