There are more festivals than sunny days in May — and May tends to be full of sunshine in the city!
Tonight marks the start of days of laughter with the sounding of the mighty conch.
“The best part of performing is diving deep into a character and making an audience laugh until they pee a little.”
The D.A., Downtime, and Parker and Seville at the Montreal Improv Theatre get lots of audience love.
Need a reason to see Sketchfest? We’ve got five big ones.
Interview with Colin Sharpe from The Weaker Vessels, performing at Sketchfest.
Lise Vigneault is one multi-talented lady. She’s selling her sauerkraut at the SAT souk this week.
Isaac Winters talks about his alter-ego Marty Topps.
With a diverse lineup of bands, the little one-night music festival at crobar proved to be a winner. Review here.
Lar Vi and Sehar Manji talk about how Total Liquidation developed from some improv characters.
Julie talks to spiritual animator by day, laugh animator by night Katie Leggitt.
Friday night was killer for the last night of sketch comedy in this awesome festival.
With only one man among their many groups, 2 Humans, Jess Fitzpatrick, Les Bunheads, and L’il RasGALS make tonight almost Ladies’ Night at Sketchfest.
Vancouver’s funniest duo are here. Tonight. Don’t miss them.
Priesty Boyz, Math Science and the Humanities, and Get off the Stage part of Tuesday’s line up at Sketchfest.
After the laughter, cake.
Two shows, six troupes at the Montreal Improv theatre and a whole lotta characters.
Sketch comedy troupes come and go, but Get Off the Stage has survived babies and ’80s references.