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! You could own a valuable piece of Canadian rock history and you’ll be supporting an iconic Canadian comic too!
Appearing on Monday, November 30
Like bird flu on an international flight, Byron Bertram is one of those comics who travels well. As much at home in front of a mincing metrosexual Vancouver crowd, as he is in rural puppy thumping Alberta. Making him undoubtedly 'pound for pound' one of the most versatile, engaging and entertaining comics in Canada today.
When he's not lifting the lid on vapid pop culture, he's looking under the hood of rural Canada and treating both to the illuminating light of his rampaging narcissistic neurosis, causing people from all walks of life to have uncontrollable noises of happiness emerge from their moving face holes, as if on command.
Born and raised in Vancouver, Byron first took to the mic in 1997, before he was even old enough to be in the venue. Since then he has developed into a crowd favorite appearing on stages in the U.K, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Denmark, Holland, Japan the USA.
Having most recently worked with the likes of Zack Galifinakis; Eddie Izzard; Colin Mochare and Flight of the Concords, Byron has received rave reviews for his one man show Guilt Ridden Sociopath. Whilst his flourishing acting career has seen him star in Fox television's Alcatraz; Once Upon A Time with Robert Carlyle, and land a role in Tim Burton's new movie, Big Eyes.
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!