Front Page Festival
Russell Peters and invited guests reviewed. A great way to end a fantastic Just For Laughs experience.
Review of the multi-comedian show Brit-Ish at Just For Laughs.
Nathan Fielder shows several video clips, sang karaoke, and embarrassed audience members in a totally acceptable way to create a hilarious event.
A quick guide to Osheaga geared for first-timers and out-of-towners. FInd out where to stay, how to dress, how to get there, after-party info, and other useful info for the fans attending the festival.
Review of Paul F Tompkins’ show at OFF-JFL which is happening this week in Montreal.
Truscott is a very funny woman, and she is nude (from the waist down) as a part of her show. Her show is hilarious and will take you out of your comfort zone.
A review of What Would Beyonce Do paired with an interview with the charming Luisa Omielan. We talk about poutine and why Queen B is fab.
A review of Nikki Glaser’s comedy show, performed as part of this weeks Off-JFL/Zoofest series.
Review of the Just For Laughs show Date Night: The Relationship Show hosted by Godfrey and featuring Orny Adams, Lynne Koplitz, John Heffron, and Joe Matarese.
Interview with Adrienne Truscott about her show “Asking For it” which she performs at Montreal’s Just For Laughs Festival
Review of the very interesting and very funny show The Boy With Tape on This Face. This show is awesome, but I warn there is a lot of audience participation.
Erik Griffin reveals why Just for Laughs is even more fun for the performers than the audiences.
Interview with storyteller-performer Jon Bennett about his show My Dad’s Deaths, storytelling, and how his shows come together.
Montreal’s theatre-comedy-burlesque-music festival brings 130 independent acts to the city. What to pick? Here’s some help.
Interview with Angelo Tsarouchas about the upcoming Ethnic Show at Just for Laughs in Montreal
Review of St. Vincent and Groenland’s performances on July 5th at Metropolis as a part of Montreal’s 35th Annual Jazz Festival.
Shows to astound and awe, the Montreal Complètement Cirque brings international and local troupes together for a little over a week of oohs and ahs.
Apart from the obvious legends, there are many paid shows at the Montreal Jazz Fest worth seeing. Here are our picks.
Born in Quebec, Steve Hill is one of those mean blues guitarists hailed as the best in the province, if not Canada. He gets down. He gets dirty. He goes for the heart. No [read on]
Our picks for the best free shows at the Montreal International Jazz Festival 2014. Everything from creative interpretations of standards to international rising stars to hip hop and funk.