Three generations of a cursed family contend with lust and happiness
Our first Fringe Festival review is of Fringe staple Glam Gam with their take on the film Grease. It’s a hot one!
Amazing comedian back with another super show.
Incredible Dora award winning show puts a First Peoples and LGBT spin on Romeo and Juliet.
T. A. Wellington reviews Graham McCann’s book “A Very Courageous Decision”, charting the making of what should have been Britain’s Best Sitcom.
Check out everyone’s favourite comedian, performing tonight at Comedyworks.
Darren Henwood hosts some Vancouver comedians you don’t want to miss.
Wrestler and improviser, McGee plans to half-nelson his audience at the Fringe.
Please Like Me, Swordplay: A Play of Swords, and Legitimate Investment Opportunity reviewed. There will be laughter!
Monthly storytelling night mixes things up and brings both new and veteran storytellers to the stage.
Kyle Kinane’s new album and comedy special might be his best yet. So much for titles…
Every Sunday you can watch the funniest of the funny battle to be the last of the funny… and it’s funny.
Review of the Aussie Wil Anderson’s hour long stand-up show. He is equally attractive and funny, plus the show ending with a standing O.
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.
What a long strange trip it’s been… to Ontario.