Crimson Wave Comedy - NYE

Date: Sunday December 31st 2017
Time: 9:30pm - 11:00pm

WE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTING ONLINE VOUCHERS OR GROUPONS FOR THIS EVENT.

Come celebrate New Years EVE with some of your favorite comedians from across Canada. .

We have some amazing giveaways for this New Years Celebration including, Good For Her Gift certificates and more.

Find The Crimson Wave podcast at:(itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-crimson-wave) Its not just about menstruation. It's about everything! Sex, dating, astrology and more. The show runs every Sunday at the gorgeous Comedy Bar.

The show is feminist friendly, LGBTQ positive, and features zero rape jokes.

$10 advance | $12 at the door


We have an amazing list of performers....

Hoodo Hersi

Hoodo is a promising Toronto-based comedian, having performed on prestigious shows including The Nubian Disciples of Pryor at Yuk Yuks. She was also nominated for the Tim Sims Encouragement Fund at Second City, taped her first TV comedy special for No Kidding and was featured on SiriusXM Canada.

Hoodo had the great fortune of opening up for Baron Vaughn, Moshe Kasher, Hari Kondabolou, Gina Yashere, Eric Andre, Jermaine Fowler and Matt Braunger .She has also performed at the 12th annual New York Arab-American Comedy Festival, Boston Women in Comedy Festival and Toronto's Shedot Festival.Hoodo has written for Hello Giggles, Essence Magazine and Vice Canada and was recently featured on TVO as a lead in the documentary Stand Up TO.

Brandon Ash-Mohammed

Brandon is a Tim Sims Award nominated comedian, an Esther Maers Peerce Award winning writer. His darling masterpiece "The Decision" was featured in the Humber 10 Minute Play Festival. Sirius XM has also recorded his stand up in an attempt to capture and contain the radiant, pure bliss that is, Brandon-Ash Mohammed.

In early 2017, he was selected to join the acclaimed sketch troupe Fusion. They're a comedy collective made up of the best and brightest people of colour from the Bad Dog Theatre and Second City Training Centre. They'll be making their first appearance at Toronto Sketchfest this year. In addition to that, Brandon is currently being filmed for a TVO documentary about racialized comedians in Canada. Most recently, Brandon did punch up for British writer/actor OT Fagbenle (HBO's LOOKING, BBC One's THE INTERCEPTOR) on a project he's currently developing in the UK.


Nour Hadidi

Nour was picked as one of four comedians to watch in 2016 by the Toronto Star. She's performed at Just for Laughs, Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Memphis Comedy Festival and the New York Arab American comedy festival. She's also written for CBC Comedy, and The Beaverton on the Comedy Network.

Jordan Foisy

Jordan Foisy was raised in Sault Ste. Marie, which is where he gained his joyfully cynical view of life. He has applied that viewpoint as a stand-up in Toronto for the past 8 years, performing on all stages grand and small and developing an acerbic style that has made him one of the city's most respected comics.

He's also a festival favourite, with performances at Just For Laughs Montreal, JFL42, NXNE, Field Trip, Sled Island in Calgary and Super Crawl in Hamilton. His freelance writing can be seen on Vice.com and his debut stand-up album Standing On The Edge of Unspeakable Anxiety was released in 2017 through Comedy Records.


Ashley Moffat

Noted lesbian Ashley Moffatt is a comedian, writer, Winner of the Mark Breslin Award for Stand-up Comedy Excellence, two time Fresh Meat Nominee (sketch & stand-up).

Frequent festival darling, she has performed at NXNE, Montreal Sketchfest, Milwaukee Sketchfest, Toronto Pride, Cottage Country Comedy Festival, SiriusXM Next Top Comic, Brantford Comedy Festival, JFL42, the Dark Comedy Festival and Winnipeg Comedy Festival/She's opened for Brian Posehn, Nikki Payne, Neil Hamburger, James Adomian, and on and on and on. You can find her writing on various websites including Reductress, and MATILDA'S (yes -- THAT Matilda) twitter because one time she retweeted her.


All hosted by your fav local feminist duo Natalie Norman and Jess Beaulieu

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Cost per Ticket:  $10.00