Working Nights Comedy Hosted By Sima Sepehri

Friday  26 April  2019  9:00 PM    Saturday  27 April  2019 2:00 AM
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Last update 28/04/2019

A comedy show featuring some of Toronto's best comedians. With a focus on diversity.

The lineup includes headliner Patrick Hackeem, a comic from Montreal now based in Toronto. He has performed at JFL 42, Zoofest and NXNE festivals. He has also been featured on Sirius XM. Hakeem's high energy demands your full fixation. His brutal honesty, vulnerability, and his ability to have fun with the audience leaves them wanting more.

Nour is a Toronto-based comedian who has been featured locally on the CBC NewsFLARE Magazine and was picked as one of four comedians to watch in 2016 by the Toronto Star. In 2018, Nour recorded a half hour special with Comedy Central Arabia in Dubai. She has written for This Hour has 22 Minutes on the CBC, and The Beaverton on the Comedy Network. She was invited to perform at the prestigious Just for Laughs festival in Montreal in 2017 and 2018, as part of the Tiffany Haddish Gala and Kevin Hart’s LOL Network. You can catch her hosting the hit monthly show So Fresh’ n’ So Clean at Comedy Bar on the first Friday of the month. Nour made her national television debut at the CBC’s Winnipeg Comedy Festival  in July of 2017, and her jokes have been played on CBC Radio’s Laugh Out Loud and Sirius XM Canada Laughs. She has appeared on the CBC hit radio show the Debaters multiple times. Nour has made appearances at Toronto Sketchfest, the Memphis Comedy Festival, Calgary’s Sled Island, Boston Women in Comedy Festival, Field Trip and SiriusXM Top Comic.

Brandon Ash-Mohammed. Comedian. Writer. Future Real Housewife of Atlanta. He's a Tim Sims Award nominated comedian, a Telefilm New Voices Award winning writer, and the creator of The Ethnic Rainbow (Canada’s first & only comedy show for LGBT comedians of colour). Brandon has opened for Julio Torres, James Adomian, Chris Redd, Mo Amer, Cipha Sounds, and has been featured on Baron Vaughn's New Negroes live show. Over the summer of 2018, he made appearances at prestigious festivals such Field Trip Festival, Just For Laughs Montreal, and JFL42. Brandon just finished a run on Second City Mainstage for their 82nd sketch revue The Best Is Yet To Come Undone. Most recently, he was named a Breakout Artist of 2018 by Now Magazine and won Breakout Comic Of The Year at the I Heart Joke Awards

Surer Qaly Deria is a writer, stand-up and performer based in Toronto. She is a member of the sketch collective Fusion, one of the only POC only troupe in the city, and has showcased at various hot-ticket shows in the city such as "Kenny Robinson presents The Nubian Disciples",  "Yas Kween" and "Shade". She's also performed at this year's "Lady-Fest" and  "Lady-Fest presents Sketchfest" in Montreal.

The event starts at 9:00pm followed by a dance party featuring DJ Knocturnal and some old school hip hop and R&B.

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