Friday Oct. 4th BINGO with Chinadoll @chinadollottawa 7-9pm followed by KEREOKEE 🎤🎤🎤🎯🎯🎯 #ottawaplaysbingo #chinadollbingo #fridaynightinottawa
Join us this Friday, November the 16th, 2018 for our monthly edition of Comedy, Karaoke and quality fortune cookies (brought to you by Wings^tm).
Edit: This month we celebrate the discovery of Snow Tires and all snow related paraphernalia (sp?)! From Boots (single most important buy in the capital,IMdoubleHO) to goggles (you crazy communist cyclists!)!
Show starts @9 Punto m.
Karaoke @ 11 (23:00hr).
24 hour rave to follow.
$10 @ door. $7 online. Proceeds to Charity(PC). -> Click above for Tickets!
Run-on sentence/paragraphs aside this month features a wide range of Ottawa’s comedic and vocal talents all while raising moolah($) for charity. This month’s charity is the Easter Seals foundation as we help fellow human, Steven p.Dangle, raise $for children with disabilities across Canada in order to help improve them with their independence and self esteem, more details here (to update link to more user friendly link): https://secure.e2rm.com/registrant/mobile/mobileTeamPage.aspx?EventID=242591&LangPref=en-CA&TeamID=812212
Mark Normand on having trouble sleeping:
“I could sleep on a gravel path of i had a good childhood.” – he’s on Spotify check ‘immm out
Join your hosts Chelsea Fahey & Deborah Ring
Segments this month will also include Matt Barrow!
With a long form improv set by Speak Up (Woody Field McCadden, Lauren Christina Banks, Nick Howe, Maria Corts Puch & Angus Wright)
Speak Up is an Ottawa based Indie Improv team formed in the Summer of 2018. Special thanks to Shanghai Restaurant for providing us the space to play & party and the support from The Improv Embassy where we all met!
Hosts: Chelsea Fahey & Deborah Ring
Join Maria Corts Puch, Lauren Christina Banks, Woody Field McCadden, Nick Howe, and Angus Wright for a night of comedy, sketch and improv!
Then join Rich Hilborn a.k.a DJ Best-DJ-Ever for some KARAOKE!!!
Special thank you to: Mabe, Edward, & Don Kwan for hosting our party in their second home Shanghai Restaurant. We appreciate the love and support!
Big thanks to The Improv Embassy, Ottawa’s best theatre company for learning Improv, Sketch and now Stand Up! You can do this too, they can show you how!
Show starts @ 9 pm.
Karaoke @ 11 pm until close or when Don starts playing the educational videos.
Tickets available soon.
So some Tragically Hip in the meantime:
(SFW heads up there’s Canadian Boobies) RIP and TY.
open mic – improvised stand up – storytelling – indie duo teams – improv teams – and more
July 19, 2018 (OTHER DATES: July 26 and August 2)
Your Host: Woody Field McCadden
The Speak Up: Sign up at the door to be selected to do 2-3 mins of improvised stand up about topics submitted by the audience. Topics may include current events, opinions, or ANYTHING! Names will be drawn to determine who participates.
Stand Up by: TBD
Special performance by: Judy Reid
Judy will perform a segment of her hit Ottawa Fringe show HOW TO GET OVER A GUY IN 723 DAYS (AND OTHER USEFUL THINGS I LEARNED FROM AFGHANISTAN, THE DILDO DORY GRILL, AND PTSD)
The HMU: Sign up at the door to be selected at random to perform a 2-3 minute improvised duo with suggestions from the audience. Choose from a hat, or ask the audience for a suggestion.
LGBTQIA + BIPOC strongly encouraged
to request a future spot email email@example.com
Subject: The Speak Up
$10 – PWYC spots available
Interested in door/tech? please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Producer: Angus Wright
As producer, I would like to acknowledge that these performances are taking place on unceded Algonquin territory.
To learn more, visit: http://www.canadashistory.ca/explore/politics-law/algonquin-territory
Artwork By: Dani Alon
Comedy @ 9
Karaoke @ 1115 (or so)
Tickets online $5 – > Door = A blue plastic bill or 2 rice wraps w/ peanut sauce.
Dumplings to diiiigest for.
A woman is sitting at her recently deceased husband’s funeral. A man leans in to her and asks, “Do you mind if I say a word?”.
“No, go right ahead”, the woman replies.
The man stands, clears his throat, says “Plethora”, and sits back down.
“Thanks”, the woman says, “that means a lot”.