Join Black Sheep Comedy for their final stand-up comedy night at Junction Craft Brewery of the decade! There will be a killer lineup of comedians, as seen on JFL, CBC, Comedy Network & more, AND a complimentary 12oz beer or pop at entry. Get your advance tickets today or pay $20 (cash only) at the door.
Rebecca Reeds is a stand up comedian and writer from small town Ontario. She began performing in Ottawa in 2011 and has quickly become a comedian to watch out for. She’s performed in the United Kingdom, United States, and all over Canada. She has opened for several distinguished comedians like Tom Green, Beth Stelling, Matt Braunger, and Pete Johansson.
Rebecca has appeared on SiriusXM, Fox, and CBC Comedy where her clip was viewed more than 1 million times. In addition to her appearances on radio and television, Rebecca has performed at several festivals across the country including Toronto’s JFL42, NXNE, Winnipeg Comedy Festival, SheDot, and the Cottage Country Comedy Festival.
In October 2018, The Villain Was Right premiered on the From Superheroes Podcast Network. Along with co-host comedian Craig Fay, Rebecca views movies and TV shows from the villain’s perspective and dares to ask if they were really all that bad.
Juliana Rodrigues began performing stand-up at the age of 15, now only 21 she’s gone on to make quite the name for herself in Toronto. In May 2017 the Canadian Press did a segment about her journey titled, “Canada 150: On stage with a Teenage Stand-up Comedian” for The Toronto Star, and has been featured on The National for her work as well.
In 2016 she participated in the Cleveland Comedy Festival where she was contest finalist and “Best of Fest” and has since opened for Rich Vos, Ramon Rivas, and Gerry Dee. More recently, she will be making her CBC Radio debut at the 2019 Kitchener-Waterloo comedy festival.
Expect the unexpected from Liam Kelly, a fast talking, high energy comedian. Liam has been making audiences laugh for over 20 years, starting with sketch troupe Indoor Recess. Liam’s career has brought him to The Second City and he has worked for Yuk Yuks, Showtime Comedy, Premier Comedy and many of Canada’s top clubs. He also hosted and produced Richmond Hill’s longest running weekly comedy show Devilishly Good Comedy for 300 shows.
Born in Greece from Ethiopian parents and raised in Canada, Black Zeus is a comic who blends his life experiences and absurd personality to create an unforgettable performance. Find him on all social platforms @akablackzeus
Rachael Millanta is a comedian, writer and producer from Sydney, Australia, currently living in Toronto, Canada. Following her sold out run at Sydney Fringe Festival 2018, Rachael took her critically acclaimed solo show ‘Lower Your Expectations’ to Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Sydney Comedy Festival, and Newcastle Fringe in 2019, where she enjoyed successful runs (including sold out shows) and received rave reviews.
Rachael is a regular on the stand-up comedy scene, selected to perform as part of the What She Said Comedy Showcase at the first ever Newcastle Comedy Festival in 2019, and frequently appearing at leading venues around Australia. Rachael has told stories at Generation Women Sydney, A Likely Story, and on ABC Radio, performed as a guest storyteller with Snort NZ at Melbourne International Comedy Festival, and regularly performs both long and short form improv comedy, having studied at Improv Theatre Sydney.
Outside of performance, Rachael is a producer of What She Said Comedy (Sydney’s first all women comedy night), and has written for Giant Dwarf’s Sketchy At Best and Dipskit – A Live Sketch Show at Sydney Fringe Comedy.
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“This is intelligent, informed and articulate humour.” – Squirrel Comedy
Hosted by Cathy MacPherson & Darcia Armstong