Come to Junction Craft Brewing for another hilarious night of comedy and delicious craft beer (one complimentary 12oz beer or pop at entry)! Black Sheep Comedy’s Stand Up @ Junction Craft Brewing is happening again on Friday, November 8th with a whole new lineup of killer comedians, including your headliner Todd Graham!
Todd Graham has performed at some impressive clubs and festivals over the years, including Hollywood Improv Main Stage, JFL, JFL42 and the Winnipeg Comedy Festival. He’s opened for several pretty famous comedians, such as Todd Barry, Aparna Nancherla, Dana Gould, Greg Proops, and has even been on the radio & television – CBC Radio LOL, The Debaters, Sirius XM Canada Laughs, & television – a few times. Still we think it would be for the best if you all come see him in person and then maybe let things progress naturally from there.
With Special Guests:
To call Peter Fraser a “rising star of comedy” would only display your complete ignorance as to how stars move through the galaxy. He is a mutant who has only just discovered his powers and whether he ends up good or evil will be determined by who discovers him first. He has performed at The Brantford Comedy Festival, Laugh Sabbath, Yuk Yuk’s, The Actually Really Good Stand-Up Comedy Show, Ossington Comedy, Bottomless Pit, and is a Champion of the Clash of the Comics Roast Battle, as well as a graduate of Second City.
Grace McClure is a Toronto-based stand-up comedian, blogger and former college radio personality (with one international fan, Frank, who lived in Michigan). Growing up on a dairy farm and finding herself working in Silicon Valley, Grace’s unique point of view and cutting observations connect audiences. Grace performs regularly at Comedy Bar, Yuk Yuks, ComedyNest, Absolute, etc., and is currently nominated for IHJ’s 2019 Newcomer Comic of the Year. She co-produces Banged-Up and Punch Up, two popular shows in Toronto’s west end.
Jordan Trafford is a construction worker by day and a queer identifying comedian by night (and also all the time…) his constantly evolving and developing style can best be described as developing and constantly evolving. After his initiation to stand up comedy at The Second City Toronto, Jordan now proudly embarrasses himself in more than just one location. He has performed, bombed, and told he was okay on such shows as the Comedy appetizer, Crazy 8’s, Church Street Comedy, and most recently Don’t break the chain. When asked about his future dreams Jordan says “I want to be the guy I feel like in the shower.”
Jade Niles-Craig is an up and coming performer with a background in music, theatre, and get this – musical theatre. Now regularly performing stand-up and drag, with a foot in the musical comedy and improv pool, they’ll say yes to pretty much anything that involves stage time or snacks. Jade has been featured on Yas Kween, 420 Comedy Festival, JFL42, and the Ted X Youth conference. They can otherwise often be found crying into a cheesecake.
Get your advance price tickets today, or $20 cash only at the door.