Hold the phone because Black Sheep Comedy’s Stand Up @ Brunswick Bierworks is back with a crazy talented lineup of Toronto local comedians! Enjoy a complimentary 12oz beer or pop in this gorgeous venue while checking out this killer lineup:
Daniel Woodrow has been fighting to bring laughter to audiences all over the world. His laid-back, observational, calls-it-like-he-sees-it humour, will make you wish you were his best friend. Daniel’s comedy has been seen on Just For Laughs, JFL42, CTV, Comedy Network, Much Music, MTV and SiriusXM. Daniel has performed across Canada, and the U.S including NYC, L.A. and has even travelled places as remote as Iceland to headline multiple times. You may recognize him from his multiple appearances in T.V. commercials, Video On Trial, and The Beaverton. Winner of The Brantford Comedy Festival Daniel Woodrow is becoming a destination in comedy.
As seen on Saturday Night Live Brazil as a cast member, multiple appearances on major Brazilian TV shows, a finalist in Jokenation 2015, international comedy competition at Montreux Comedy Festival in Switzerland, recipient of the 2015 Tim Sims Encouragement Award, Carol now headlines across Toronto!
John Mostyn is a Toronto based comedian hailing originally from Glasgow, Scotland. In his first year of performing stand-up John came 2nd in the Toronto Comedy Brawl. Since then he has opened up for comedy heavyweights such as Russell Howard (JFL, Comedy Central), Josh Gondelman and Matt Braunger (Netflix). He has also recently performed at JFL42, Brantford Comedy Festival, Toronto Sketchfest, Montreal Sketchfest, and the United Comedy Festival. He produces a sell out monthly show at Comedy Bar called ‘Best Of’ and in 2016 won the ‘Mark Breslin Award for Stand up Comedian of the Year’
Sam Lenehan was born in Toronto and raised in East York. After years of working jobs he didn’t like, Sam decided to start telling jokes. Sam still works jobs he doesn’t like but has been telling jokes all over Ontario for the past 3 years. He tells jokes on stage, at the gym and to people he’s playing online video games with. He can eat 3 Whoppers in 1 sitting.
Marc Hallworth has been described as “too poor for how happy he is.” Originally from Calgary, Alberta, Marc moved to Toronto in 2009 and has since been part of NXNE, YYComedy, FunnyFest, the Brantford Comedy Festival, and the Bollywood Monster Mashup, where he opened for Aparna Nancherla. He was the second place winner of the Flat Tire Comedy Competition, a semi-finalist in the Toronto Comedy Brawl and Prove You’re A Comic Competition, has appeared on SiriusXM Radio as part of “Canada Laughs,” and was chosen to host the Ontario Celebration Zone as part of the 2015 PanAm Games.
His sketch troupe Vest of Friends are the winners of the Best-of-the-Fest Award at both the Toronto and Montreal SketchFests, and were named one of Bite.ca’s “10 Canadian Sketch Troupes You Need To See Right Now.” He is an improv tournament champion at both the TheatreSports Micetro and Toronto Beerprov, and got to be part of The BooProv Halloween Spooktacular with Colin Mocherie. With material that’s not out to offend, his few goofy ideas mixed among a ton of personal anecdotes all culminate towards a ton of laughs and some real optimism!
Michelle Coburn is an actor & stand up comic. Eight years of acting under her belt, she’s been the lead of over 10 short films, one of which premiered at Cannes Film Festival. Less than a year into the comedy scene, she’s been nominated for an I Heart Joke award, for best newcomer comic. Darkly observational and unapologetically feminist, Michelle’s thrilled to perform at Shhh Loft with Black Sheep Comedy!
Sarah Boston has had a circuitous route to the glamorous world of Stand up comedy. She is a veterinary cancer surgeon and cancer survivor. Ironic, right? Her book, LUCKY DOG: HOW BEING A VETERINARIAN SAVED MY LIFE, was published by The House of Anansi in 2014. LUCKY DOG will make you laugh and ugly cry, sometimes at the same time, most of the time out loud. Writing this book got Sarah on the path of comedy writing and eventually she found stand up. Now she can’t stop/won’t stop. Sarah has taken stand up classes at Second City and Absolute Comedy because she is a total nerd in all aspects of her life, even when it comes to stand up. She has performed in many dives in the GTA and even some nice places that don’t terrify her. She also started a satirical veterinary online newspaper called The Cageliner. It’s like The Onion, but for vet peeps. You can read it too if you want. Sarah draws inspiration from all around her because as Nora Ephron said, “Everything is copy.” @drsarahboston on Instagram and the dying art of Twitter
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