Posts Filed Under: “Laugh Sabbath”
Our sixth-annual profile of talented female performers and writers in Toronto who don't always get the attention they deserve.
They're not comics. Why are they producing some of Toronto's best sketch comedy?
Our (sort-of) sober consideration of the funniest shows of the past year.
The acts and shows we still chuckle about when we think back on the past year.
Every night in Toronto, there's a comedy show worth seeing. We went to a week's worth of long-running shows to see why they've lasted a decade or more.
Today: Cinema Politica profiles the Doctors of the Dark Side, Megan Follows stars in The Penelopiad, and Nick Flanagan performs at The Joke Club.
Today: a silkscreen exhibition, day two of a mini music festival, and laugh it up with a comedy show.
The comedian returns to perform several shows as part of Just For Laughs 42, starting tonight.
Today: a festival of clowns that isn't for kids, some off-the-map music for anyone who didn't get a ticket to Talib Kweli, and so, so much comedy.
Comedy Bar has opened a second stage, and established comedy outfits are decamping from other local venues to fill it. We met with some of them to find out why.
Kathleen Phillips and Katie Crown make funny, funny music together, creating comedy sketches almost entirely sung acapella. Tonight, the duo perform a special holiday edition of their show.
Paying tribute to the performer who died suddenly this week, at the age of 29.
In today's Urban Planner: TIFF begins! Silent Shout curates the Drake's festival opening party; Chris Locke and pals love life and laughs; The Wilderness of Manitoba return from the wild; Tones of Voice's multimedia theatre; and Hunter and Cook open their doors (and an exhibition).