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May 2019

John Cleese – Why There Is No Hope

May 27 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, 11455 87 Ave NW
Edmonton, AB T6T 2G2 Canada
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Come spend a hilarious evening with legendary comedic actor and Monty Python member, John Cleese.

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June 2019

Improvaganza

June 12 - June 22
Citadel Theatre, 9828 101 A Avenue
Edmonton, AB T5J 3C6 Canada
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Some of the best improvisers in the world come to Edmonton for 10 days of improv and sketch comedy. Rapid Fire Theatre is hosting some of the funniest acts on the planet at this comedic spectacle of epic proportions.

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July 2019

Edmonton International Street Performers Festival

July 5 - July 14
Dr. Wilbert McIntyre Park (Gazebo Park), 8303 104 St
Edmonton, AB Canada
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Watch dancers spin innovative body tales and mimes pull laughs out of thin air. Run into roving character actors whose gig is launching an improv interaction…with you! Every July more than 60 international, national and local artists fuel a daily juggernaut of 150 zany outdoor performances when the International Street Performers Festival turns Dr. Wilbert Mcintyre Park into busker central. A creative whirlwind of acts – witty and wonderful, kooky and comical or just plain silly - this is the…

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September 2019

Jo Koy

September 14 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
River Cree Entertainment Centre, 300 E Lapotac Blvd.
Enoch, AB T7X 3Y3 Canada
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He's one of the hottest names in comedy right now. With a new Netflix special and a No. 1 comedy album on the Billboard charts, Jo Koy's profile is rising, With riffs on parenthood and day-to-day life, Koy's brand of comedy strikes a universal chord.

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Whose Live Anyway?

September 28 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm
River Cree Entertainment Centre, 300 E Lapotac Blvd.
Enoch, AB T7X 3Y3 Canada
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The cast of the Emmy-nominated Whose Line Is It Anyway? will be live and in the flesh to perform improv routines. Look not only for improvised skits, but for songs from veteran comedian Ryan Stiles and crew.

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October 2019

Edmonton Comedy Festival

October 16 - October 19
Various Edmonton, + Google Map

Yuk it up during four days of funny at six diverse venues across the city during the Edmonton Comedy Festival. This festival showcases comics from Edmonton, and all across North America. Previous editions of the Edmonton Comedy Festival have featured Letter Kenny’s Trevor K. Wilson, Not Skinny Not Blonde’s Monique Marvez, That’s So Raven’s Rondell Sheridan, The Debator’s Steve Patterson and Last Comic Standing’s Louis Ramey.

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Laugh for Life Gala

October 19 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Winspear Centre, 4 Sir Winston Churchill Square Northwest
Edmonton, AB T5J 4X8 Canada
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Join Ken Davis and special guests The PreTenors  for the 16th Annual Laugh for Life Gala, a journey of laughter that also raises funds for The Mustard Seed, an Edmonton charity that assists the broken and homeless community.

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Come spend a hilarious evening with legendary comedic actor and Monty Python member, John Cleese.

Some of the best improvisers in the world come to Edmonton for 10 days of improv and sketch comedy. Rapid Fire Theatre is hosting some of the funniest acts on the planet at this comedic spectacle of epic proportions.

Watch dancers spin innovative body tales and mimes pull laughs out of thin air. Run into roving character actors whose gig is launching an improv interaction…with you! Every July more than 60 international, national and local artists fuel a daily juggernaut of 150 zany outdoor performances when the International Street Performers Festival turns Dr. Wilbert Mcintyre Park into busker central.

A creative whirlwind of acts – witty and wonderful, kooky and comical or just plain silly – this is the best of entertainment and art on a street level: short, sweet and accessible to anyone, even kids. Try out the Be Your Own Busker workshop and learn tricks of the trade and play some fun games. Push the envelope of naughtiness and laughter at Late Night Madness, evenings of big kid-oriented cabaret performances on an indoor stage. And the nightly closing act of Troupe du Jour showcases the best of the fest with an hour-long gala featuring different performers every night staging family-friendly variety shows.

Admission – you decide by honouring the ‘Pass the Hat’ tradition!

He’s one of the hottest names in comedy right now. With a new Netflix special and a No. 1 comedy album on the Billboard charts, Jo Koy’s profile is rising, With riffs on parenthood and day-to-day life, Koy’s brand of comedy strikes a universal chord.

The cast of the Emmy-nominated Whose Line Is It Anyway? will be live and in the flesh to perform improv routines. Look not only for improvised skits, but for songs from veteran comedian Ryan Stiles and crew.

Yuk it up during four days of funny at six diverse venues across the city during the Edmonton Comedy Festival. This festival showcases comics from Edmonton, and all across North America.

Previous editions of the Edmonton Comedy Festival have featured Letter Kenny’s Trevor K. Wilson, Not Skinny Not Blonde’s Monique Marvez, That’s So Raven’s Rondell Sheridan, The Debator’s Steve Patterson and Last Comic Standing’s Louis Ramey.

Join Ken Davis and special guests The PreTenors  for the 16th Annual Laugh for Life Gala, a journey of laughter that also raises funds for The Mustard Seed, an Edmonton charity that assists the broken and homeless community.