Endless Summer Raffle

Comedy Monday Night presents the Endless Summer Raffle: Supporting the Joanna Downey Fund for ALS! Enter to win a Jann Arden autographed guitar and gift pack!

Tickets are $20 each & you can enter as many times as you’d like! We’ll be making the draw at Comedy Monday Night on October 5, 2015. You could own a valuable piece of Canadian rock history and you’ll be supporting an iconic Canadian comic too!

Appearing on Monday, October 5

Eddie Della Siepe
with Matt Alaeddine

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Eddie Della Siepe is a comedian to look out for. With his amazing stage presence, improvisational skills and original material it has made him both a favorite in comedy clubs and on television.

He stars on MuchMusic’s two highest rated shows, Video On Trial and Love Court and is one of the networks most recognizable faces. He has taped his first ever 30 minute stand-up special for CTV/Comedy network and has also appeared at the Sudbury Comedy Festival. He has had two 15 city national stand up tours, Jury Duty and Jury Duty 2: Even Jurier and has showcased his talents at the Hollywood Improv and Comedy Store in Los Angeles.

Eddie is also a talented actor. In 2004 he was a lead in the modern day war drama “American Soldiers” by accomplished Hollywood director Sidney Furie. In 2005, he was featured in two well received Indie films, “Smoked” and “Master Plan”, both official selections of the Queens Film Festival in New York, the Los Angeles Film Festival, and New York Film & Video Festival. With his hilarious stand up act, his work on both television and in film Eddie become one of the brightest young comedic talents in the country.


Our shows take place every Monday night in Calgary, Alberta, Canada starting at 8:00PM in Broken City Social Club.

Comedy Monday Night in the News

A heckler tries stand-up comedy…

Comedy Monday Night doesn’t often have hecklers in the crowd – the show is built around the ability for comedians to try new things and to experiment and interruptions just aren’t conducive to that. But it does happen. One night, the heckler was challenged to see if he could perform stand-up comedy. The results were filmed, put on YouTube and have been watched over a quarter of a million times!