Appearing on Monday, September 26

Hors D’oeuvres Comedy Show

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Presented by Comedy Monday Night & YYComedy Festival

Starring: Pete Zedlacher, James Moore & Guests!

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Comedy Monday Night Presents:
Laughs for Kevin McGrath – the Funniest Raffle EVER!

On Thursday, June 16, Alberta comic Kevin McGrath was involved in a multi-vehicle accident on the highway while travelling to perform at a comedy show; he sustained serious, life threatening injuries. As a result, Kevin will be unable to perform for an extended period, and will have zero income while recovering. There are no benefit plans for Canadian comedians.

Draw Date: September 26, 2016
Tickets: $10 (available via PayPal or at Comedy Monday Night shows)


Grand Prize: An Ultimate Comedy Fan Pack!

  • 2016 YYComedy Festival GALA tickets to see Brent Butt (Corner Gas) “LIVE” at the Jubilee Auditorium, Oct. 01!
  • 4 tickets for some of the best seats in the house and also includes 4 guest passes to attend the exclusive Festival GALA – After Party!
  • Plus a limited edition, autographed picture of another Alberta comic – Tommy Chong! Professionally mounted & framed and includes certificate of authenticity.
  • Plus some cool Comedy Monday Night swag!

Second Prize: An Awesome Comedy Fan Pack!

  • YYComedy Festival GALA tickets to see Brent Butt (Corner Gas) “LIVE” at the Jubilee Auditorium, Oct 01!
    – 2 tickets for some of the best seats in the house.
  • Plus some cool Comedy Monday Night swag!

Venue

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!