Brenda Dunn: “Jeffrey Davis was certainly the standout stand-up of the evening.”
Colin Noden: “The result is hilarious and makes the term sophomoric a compliment.”
Nick Bachusky: “We have so much talent in this city, it is unbelievable.”
Nick Bachusky: “The audience was loving every minute of this show.”
The Kids In The Hall comedian is featuring at The Improv Embassy’s 4th Birthday Show this Sunday June 10 at Brigid’s Well.
Head on over to Beerocracy for the first Centretown Comedy show, Thursday May 24 at Beerocracy.
Comedian Doug Stanhope will be weaving his unique take on things in Ottawa, on Tuesday May 15. You can catch him at the Ottawa Little Theatre, which also happens to be home to the longest running community theatre company in Canada.
Comedy Night for Parkinson’s has been raising awareness as well as funds for the last fourteen years in Ottawa. This year, the comedy show and silent auction will be held on Saturday April 21 at Centrepoint Theatre.
More than a 100 people turned out for a fundraising dinner and awards ceremony in Ottawa to honour Canadian comedy stars Andrea Martin and Colin Mochrie.
Crackup Comedy Night in Canada headliner Derek Edwards chats about comedy and his journey to stand-up
Comedian Derek Edwards will headline the Alterna Savings Crackup Comedy Night in Canada Festival Finale on March 24 at Algonquin Commons Theatre.
Comedy duo Christina Muehlberger and Ryan Mulligan are hosts of the podcast Scene Partners, focusing on improv and stand up comedy, pop culture, television shows, movies, relationships and life.
Over the past few years, Ottawa has seen a surge in female comedians in a previously male dominated scene, producing winners of both the local comedy club competitions and the Ottawa Comedy Awards. There’s an ever growing list of all genders hitting the stage. We caught up with Kennedy Ryan to discuss comedy, community and whether or not it is true that women who are funny cannot open coconuts on their own.
Nestled between the sights and sounds of Downtown Rideau, you’ll find The Improv Embassy. From March 1–3, they’ll be presenting the Ottawa Improv Festival at the neighbouring Arts Court Theatre.
It’s the final weekend of Winterlude, but maybe you’ve already seen the sculptures, skated the canal, and eaten all of the fried dough. Well, not to worry. There’s still plenty to do in Ottawa this weekend.
You can catch Karen competing at Absolute Comedy on Monday February 12.