The laughs' on us ! ...30 Years
SHOWS:
Friday: 8:30 pm - Tickets $ 20.00
Saturday: 8:30 pm - Tickets $ 20.00
 
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LOCATED:
Gateway Entertainment Centre, 34th Ave., Gateway Blvd North, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
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Ticket Hotlines: 780-469-4999 or 780-450-2508
Comedian Brian Link
 
July 29 - 30
Brian Link

So he thinks he's funny! Who cares, it's not up to him. It's up to the audience and so far they seem to agree. He's new but that doesn't mean he is not seasoned. Just means you haven't seen it yet. He's been making people laugh most of his life! Now he wants to make you laugh! He won't be satisfied until he gets you all laughing. His humor is current, pointed and self deprecating. You just might like it and want to see more.

 
Comedian Tim Koslo
 
August 5 - 6
Tim Koslo

"Tim Koslo has been delighting audiences internationally for over 20 years with his multi-faceted style of comedy. From the moment he hits the stage with his manic, animated, sideways look at life, the crowd, be it corporate, club or fundraiser is filled with a sense of something wonderfully strange this way comes.Koslo's show doesn't just rely on visual stimuli for audience response. Mastered dialects, witty prop interplay, dead-on impressions and impressive electric guitar absurdities together with hilarious off the wall humour make up Tim's show.";

 
Comedian  Charles Haycock
 
August 12 - 13
 Charles Haycock

Charles has been taking audiences to places very rarely seen or heard. He is fresh & funny. To see him live is a magical journey.

 
Comedian Paul Sveen
 
August 19 - 20
Paul Sveen

Laughter is good medicine and Paul is surely a cure! Considered one of Canada's Best with appearances at Halifax, Winnipeg and Montreal's Comedy Festivals! He's been seen on Off the record, CBC's Home Grown, and a one hour special on Comedy Now!

 
Comedian Bob Angeli
 
August 26 - 27
Bob Angeli

"Okay... what's so funny!He doesn't look funny; doesn't seem funny. 25 years touring across Canada. Performed in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Australia and England. Makes his mom laugh.Ok then... he must be funny!!";

 
Comedian  Tim Kubasec
 
September 2 - 3
 Tim Kubasec

"Tim gives his audiences clean, hilarious material on marriage, kids and dating (not necessarily in that order).>Not your average comedian; quirky, intelligent and thinks 'way outside the box. A quick wit and a snappy dresser, Tim also acts, writes and is part of the improv group \"Cerys and the Two Bafoons\".A multi-talented performer that you don't want to miss!"

 
Comedian Danny Acappella
 
September 9 - 10
Danny Acappella

Born in an Italian manger, Danny converted to Ukrainianism after coming to Alberta in response to a government ad offering washed up disco boys from Toronto $1,700 to migrate west and mate (we used the same forms they got at the zoo). Since his arrival, Danny has taken the place by storm by inventing the board game 'Funny You Should Ask', authoring the cook book 'First You Steal A Chicken', and now through his hilarious stand up act 'You Gotta Hear This'. Compared to the likes of Ray Romano, Danny's material is adult in nature with little to no profanity. Topics covered include immigrants, trying to be gay, the wife and kids, and sex over 40. Throw in a little song and more conversation about sex and you've got the show. Danny doesn't pick on anyone in the audience (unless they pick on him first) and no one is ever asked to get naked. So come on out to enjoy the show, you'll have a good time.

 
Comedian Hannibal Thompson
 
September 23 - 24
Hannibal Thompson

"Hannibal has been pursuing his dream of becoming a Comedian/Actor since he was a young boy. He's been performing and studying acting, drama, sketch, and stand-up comedy since he was eight years old. The California native has worked with such comedy heavyweights as Mark Curry, Sinbad, and Bill Bellamy and graced the stage at clubs all over the West Coast, including L.A.'s historic Comedy Store, San Francisco's Purple Onion, and the San Jose Improv.<bHannibal starred in the YEAR film \"The American Dream\" and the YEAR short film \"Don't Know Me\" as well as played the lead role in several commercials. He credits a childhood of watching comedy giants like Eddie Murphy, Will Smith, Red Foxx, Bernie Mac, Keenon Ivory Wayans, and Richard Pryor with influencing his comedic style and propelling his dreams.";