Steve-O not only tells us about some of his latest feats, but also talks about some of his favourite rappers.
Comedian talks about getting started in the biz.
Don’t miss a thing this July with our monthly calendar of what’s happening in the city.
One Dave Chapelle’s opener, now a headliner himself, Hannibal Buress takes the JFL stage.
If you’re going to talk comedy and politics, or just the comedy of politics, it might as well be with Greg Proops. Interview here.
Mike Ward hosts a line up of men and women who know the value of a great dirty joke.
The comedians at these two Just for Laughs galas were as varied as they were funny.
Julie and her mom go head to head on each comedian at the Nasty Show.
Each midnight surprise show comedians might appear under an alias, but each one is guaranteed to be incredible.
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This comedy duo runs a talk show like it’s nobody’s business.
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 multi-comedian show Brit-Ish at Just For Laughs.
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Funnyman Jim Jefferies talks to Montreal Rampage about his upcoming new show and how his parents got over his career change from opera singer to comedian.
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.
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.