Are you on the comedown from the comedy high that is Just For Laughs? Don't you wish you get another taste of that sweet, sweet stand-up comedy cheeba before July 2016? Thanks to your friends at The Brunch Club, you can.
Some of you may only know The Brunch Club as a website filled to the gills with esoterica. However, we're so much more than that! We also put on monthly stand-up comedy shows. Specifically, comedy shows featuring performers that are usually in town for a world-renown comedy festival that shall not be named. It's why we have the UPCOMING SHOWS and BUY TICKETS tabs on the top menu.
Our summer hiatus is coming to an end, which means that we've got to get back in the swing of booking exciting, hilarious comedians so that you can come out and see them in intimate settings. (Not that kind of intimate! 😅)
Before we get on the phone with high powered Hollywood agents, we want to know who you'd like to see come to town to tell some jokes (and perhaps some amusing anecdotes as well).
Please beloved Brunch Clubber, you're our only hope. Tell us you which comedians you'd like to come to Montreal (and maybe Toronto too, ssshh that's a secret) some time between September and May and you better believe that we'll do our darndest to get them!
Only one rule: Not Bill Cosby. You know...for obvious reasons.
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I know this is the only way either of us are going to get to sleep, but you need to promise it to me again. Alright, so, for the hundredth time: Yes, I could have been the best boyfriend you ever had.
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A hero of suffering, a steward of the bed, a muse of melancholy, the Life Champion’s perpetual failures serve as a rebellion against conventional, commercial concepts of capitalist success, theories that dictate that a 35 year old adult man should be capable of paying off his student debt, buying his parents birthday presents, and not crying in public settings like weddings or the bus.
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Funko, The Brunch Club and Breitbart News are proud to present the Official Funko Dirtbag Figure Series!
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Words of encouragement ahead of the popstar's feature film debut.
Friends, compete for my fortune, please.
Every year you wonder how you will find a bathing suit to flatter your weird body, and every year you get so turned around you end up at the beach in a wool suit wearing a child’s bikini top as an eye patch.