Sunday August 6, 2017: Dry, funny and affordable.

What would summer in Montreal be without a 3 day outdoor music festival. Some of the most talented artists in the world come down for Osheaga and put on the party of a lifetime, rain or shine. But we do know another spot in Montreal that has some of the best talents in the world and you can see them without standing in the rain waiting in a 2 hour lineup for overpriced beer and a dirty port o potty. Comedy Abroad is back as we always are and we have a show you’ll love so much you will probably write about it in your Talk Back Dear Diary (everyone still uses those, right?).


John St. Godard is a Montreal favorite and an Off-JFL vet, and we’re very excited to have him close out our show.

On hosting duties we have Marc Anthony Sinagoga in from Toronto. Marc-Anthony has been a part of JFL42, a finalist in both the Cleveland Comedy Festival and the Border City Comedy Festival and a winner of the Brantford Comedy Festival.

The lineup includes

Michael Green, Tatyana Lah, Reese Turner, Paul Ash, Oren Shbiro and Jon Selig.

Show tips at 8:15 PM, Sunday night. 1245 rue St. André.  If you’re an STM kinda person, get off at Metro Berri UQAM.

This is a PWYC show.  There will be an envelope on your table. Come in, sit down, enjoy the show.  If  you’re laughing hard, stick some money in the envelope. We’d love a donation of $8-10 (especially if you’re laughing), but ultimately – pay what-you-can.

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