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Every Monday night the back room at the Rivoli is transformed into a cabaret, where Toronto's alternative comedians come out to play. On some nights it...
Toronto is known for its comedic improvisers, the most famous being Mike Myers, the Kids in the Hall, Colin Mochrie and improv guru Bruce Hunter. The...
138 Danforth Avenue
This roadhouse took over the digs from Second City when the latter moved across the street in 2005, and, in doing so, boosted the comedy content in the...
56 Blue Jays Way
The basement of the hip Drake Hotel possesses an underground artistic sensibility. Local artists and musicians have taken to this intimate, well-designed...
1150 Queen Street W
Toronto's oldest and most famous comedy venue is still the best place in town to take in an evening of sketch comedy. A venue change in 2006 took the...
99 Blue Jays Way
Hosted by the irrepressible stand-up comedian Jo-Anna Downey, Spirits is the funniest spot in Boyztown, though it's not officially a gay pub. It is...
642 Church Street
Queer comedy so good it's been filmed for TV.
Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, 12 Alexander Street
Yuk Yuk's, the world's largest chain of comedy clubs, was founded in 1976 by Mark Breslin, whose manic artistic vision created a launching pad for the likes...
224 Richmond Street W