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The Comedy Cabaret is a monthly Stand-Up Comedy show Hosted by Dave Code and is the last Monday of every month at The Charlotte room (19 Charlotte St.). It is a PWYC event and in return will provide a fun, comfortable atmosphere with tons of riotous laughter!
The next outstanding show is Monday February 23rd at 8pm. The Comedy Cabaret offers a Laffy Raffy Raffle. To enter all you have to do is RSVP/Join this event, and then on the night of show, be present in the flesh and your name will be entered into a draw for free beer! (DISCLAIMER: If you’re not there when we draw your name you forfeit your mouth-watering super-thirst quenching beer. Also must 19 years of age or older to enter).
The place to be this month is at The Comedy Cabaret’s glorious night of comedy and FREE BEER!
**It is recommended to show up at least 15 minutes early to ensure a prime spot to watch the show.**
Kris Bonaparte – @Krisbonaparte
With a laid back deadpan style few can match and a long repertoire of hilarious, sometimes twisted jokes and stories, Kris Bonaparte is a proven crowd pleaser.
Tim Mcdonald – @timfmmcdonald
Tim is a Stand-Up comedian who began doing comedy in Toronto. After working as a Professional Video Editor he uses his life experience for a smart, observational, storytelling brand of comedy that makes you think about things like you never have before, and re-think things you have. Tim has been performing for the last 2 years across the city and gaining momentum doing a set everyday at either open mics, booked shows, or comedy clubs in Toronto, Hamilton, Ajax, Kingston and Ottawa. He has been winning over crowds of all types along the way. In September 2014 Tim is part of the Brantford Comedy Festival Rising Stars category. Definitely the best Stand-Up Comedian you’ve ever seen whose Dad is named Ronald McDonald.
In 2014 Tim launched his podcast Back To Degrassi which reviews every episode of the 80′s classic Canadian melodrama, Degrassi Junior High with Comedians.
Aisha Brown – @Aieeesha
Aisha Brown is new to the comedy scene, but is quickly making her mark. She has most recently opened for Greg Proops, Steve Simeone, and Trixx at Toronto’s Comedy Bar; she’s been featured twice on Yuk Yuk’s Nubian Night and performed on the sold out "Things Black Girl's Say"; she currently co-hosts Hard Day Comedy (A weekly female pro-am comedy show) with Cassandra Sansosti, and writes/produces online comedy content along with Foad HP and Joe Vu, as Black Salad Productions. Aisha's star is on the rise, and if it starts to fall, she'll take you all down with her.
Adrian Sawyer – @fatkidallstar
For the past 6 years Adrian Sawyer has been making audiences all over North America laugh with his unique take on life. Born and raised in the thriving metropolitan that is Barrie, Adrian set out on a quest to prove his teachers wrong by actually making a career out of telling jokes. This journey has taken him to many far and exotic places such as Sudbury and Minnesota! Following the success of the first fatkiD comedy tour, Adrian will be headlining his second fatkiD comedy tour this fall!
Danny Chan – @dannychanforeal
Danny Chan finds it weird to talk about himself in the third person.A fresh face to the scene, he began his comedy career in early 2014, but is way more experienced if you factor in a decade of angrily brooding over it, but never having the balls to do an open mic.Since then he’s done shows all over Toronto and occasionally gets free beer out of it.Back in 2007, he was a member of the championship team for the Bad Dog Theatre’s Teen Improv Tournament and has a T-shirt to show for it.His biggest accomplishment to date is having a REALLY good set at Einstein’s that one time, so naturally he’s waiting for the big call from Hollywood.You can be sure to catch him at this year’s Comedy Brawl!
Troy Stark – @TronStark
Troy Stark is the best comic. His insane life and sharp writing make him Canada's most original voice in stand-up comedy. Troy has opened and hosted for Brian Posehn, at The Dark Comedy Fest, Ottawa Explosion Fest, Kootenay Gut Busters, Border City Comedy Fest and several more. He’s been all over Canada and The US with his #NomadSummer and East Coast All Day tours and was nominated for the Tim Sims Encouragement Award 2012. Outside of comedy, Troy Stark is also great. As an actor, Troy was the lead in Beyond The Round’s production of High Life by Lee MacDougall, he’s played supporting roles in many productions including: Beauty & The Beast, Reign, RoboCop, Covert Affairs, Saving Hope. Troy is also an avid writer, having written for for The AV Club, Spliff Magazine, and Zerys media and is the co-creator and star of the web series The Shit Hawks.
Julia Hladkowicz - @juliacomedy
Julia Hladkowicz is a comedian and actor who has won numerous awards in the world of comedy such as the Hogtown Comedy Festival Directors Award, 2008 Fresh Meat Showcase Nomination, the prestigious Brian Linehan Scholarship Award. She has appeared on The Comedy Network, Much Music's Video on Trial, is on MTV's Losing It, YTV's Extreme Babysitting and on SiruisXM's Laugh Attack.
This dynamo performs at Yuk Yuks all across Canada and landed two hilarious commercials for Lindt chocolate with tennis Icon Roger Federer. Julia was part of the cheekily fun docudrama 'The Secret Disco Revolution' which premiered at TIFF in 2012. She showcased at LAFF(Ladies are Funny Festival) in Austin, Texas, the LA Comedy Fest and the Canadian International Comedy Fest. Julia was a semi-finalist in The Great Canadian Laugh Off, a finalist in SiriusXM Canada’s Next Top Comic and performs regularly at NXNE. Julia recently returned from San Francisco Sketch Fest for the 2nd time, was a semi-finalist in the Laughing Skull Comedy festival in Atlanta Georgia and dazzled at the Seattle Comedy Competition. Hladkowicz filmed her TV special, No Kidding, on iChannel and performed at JFL42 in Toronto.
She has opened for big names such as Anthony Jeselnik, Nikki Glaser, Big Jay Oakerson, Eddie Pepitone and Jen Kirkman to name a few. Julia currently writes for CBC Punchline and will be performing at LOL Sudbury Comedy Festival this February. She is also the co-host of Canadian Comedy Award nominated podcast, “We’re Doing It”.
Darryl Orr – @fishinadarryl
Darryl Orr is a 36 year old stand up comedian, musician, and laundry doing. Darryl has been performing stand up in Toronto for seven years and has quickly gained a reputation as someone who has been performing stand up in Toronto for seven years. In 2010 Darryl was honoured to be one of the finalists for the Tim Sims Encouragement Fund award for outstanding new comic. He lost, but quickly bounced back to lose the Bite TV’s Standup and Bite Me competition in 2011. In 2012 Darryl recorded a set for iChannel's new stand up comedy show 'No Kidding" which aired in February of 2013 on whatever channel iChannel is. One hundred and something. 2014 finally saw the some success as Darryl landed the coveted "Big 3" Comedy Festivals, taping TV spots for Montreal Just For Laughs, Winnipeg Comedy Festival and Halifax Comedy Festival. Darryl continues to scoot around the GTA, banging his head against the wall in various comedy clubs and on independent shows, telling jokes that *he* doesn’t even get sometimes. I mean would it kill him to talk about something people can actually relate to?