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June 2017

Comedian Landry

June 29 - June 30

Born and raised in Kitchener, Ontario, Landry first hit the stage in 2006, and has been on the fast track ever since. His charismatic style is kind of what you’d get if you mixed Charlie Chaplin with somebody who spoke; it would be just as physical, but in color. Rumors swirl that Landry once made an elderly woman laugh so hard she spontaneously combusted.

July 2017

Jebb Fink

July 6 - July 8

An award winning host and comedian, Jebb has spent the last 30 years performing the world over. Born in Los Angeles, now living in Calgary, his life was the inspiration for the Gemini Award winning CBC comedy “An American in Canada.” In fact, Jebb’s life is the theme for most of his comedy. It is hard not to recognize Jebb Fink from eight years on the A-Channel’s Big Breakfast or more recently as the host of City – TV’s “Your City.”

In addition, Jebb has also been the host of CBC’s Just for Laughs “All Access Pass”, a writer and performer with the Just for Laughs Festival, and a writer and performer for the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Edmonton Comedy Festival, Halifax Comedy and the Hub Cap Comedy Festival. When he is not on television he can be found hosting numerous events throughout North America or performing on cruise ships. It makes you wonder when he might find time to sleep!


Lars Callieou

July 13 - July 15

Lars Callieou has compiled and impressive list of Canadian comedy credits. He has a comedy special currently airing on the Comedy Network, appearances at the Just for Laughs and Halifax Comedy Festivals and his comedy radio show was nominated for a 2011 Canadian Comedy Award. He’s been on CBC’s The Debaters, XM Radio and Shaw Cable.


Casey Corbin

July 20 - July 22

Casey Corbin’s friendly down home approach has made him a crowd pleaser. He began performing in Ottawa, but now makes his home in front of audiences all across Canada. Since beginning in Ottawa, Casey Corbin has played every major comedy club, performed many one night venues and has played numerous theatres and universities. His observations on everyday life are thoughts we all share but never dare to express. He has worked with all the top acts in Canadian comedy and has opened headliners such as Mike MacDonald, Mitch Hedberg, Russell Peters and Harland Williams.


Rob Brackenridge

July 27 - July 29

Always the class clown (and spending most of his formative years in the principal’s office), Rob Brackenridge was destined to become a comedian. Born and raised in Wisconsin, Rob has been based out of Los Angeles since 1992 and spends most of the year on the road, “bringing the funny” to audiences around the world. Rob’s television credits include Comedy Central’s “Make Me Laugh” and “Stand-Up, Stand-Up.” He has worked in many comedy clubs, including the Improv in Los Angeles, the Comedy Store in London and Catch a Rising Star in New York and Las Vegas.

August 2017

Erica Sigurdson

August 10 - August 12

Best known for her rapier wit on CBC Radio’s smash hit The Debaters, Vancouver-based comedian Erica Sigurdson is a dominating force in the Canadian Comedy Scene. In 2015 she was named Funniest Female Comedian at the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, at which she filmed her 5th Winnipeg Comedy Fest Television set. Her comedy festival credits include Montreal Just For Laughs, Winnipeg, Halifax, St. John’s, Moncton, P.E.I., Sudbury and Vancouver Comedy Festivals.

September 2017

Jeremy Hotz*

September 14 - September 16

Th/Fr/Sat $39.95 | One of the most unique stand-up comics working today, Canadian born Jeremy Hotz is a proven international success. With stellar performances at the Montreal Comedy Festival: Just For Laughs and his sold out Canadian theater tours, as well as performances all over the United States, Europe and Australia, Jeremy continues to grab audiences with his completely original and confused, yet astute, observational comedy.

October 2017

Tom Arnold*

October 20 - October 21

Tom Arnold recently returned to his roots as a stand-up comic. Never scripted, Tom pokes fun at his Midwest past, marital follies and absurd Hollywood stories. Just like his past film and television comedy work, Tom is a ball of chaos and charisma on stage. Showtime premiered his first stand-up comedy special on New Year’s Eve, and he frequently hosts the popular “Laughing with the Stars” weekly comedy show at The Laugh Factory in West Hollywood featuring supporting acts ranging from rising young comics to all-time favorites. His shows are famous for their loose atmosphere with Tom breaking down the walls between his fellow comics and the audience. No one is quite sure what to expect any given night.

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