Vendredi, le 20 septembre
18 h 30 — 22 h 00
Salle : Shakers
Joignez-vous à nous pour une soirée de divertissement. Venez réseauter avec vos pairs et déguster les délices culinaires préparés par les remarquables chefs de l’Hôtel Brookstreet. Et restez ensuite pour la portion de comédie et danse de la soirée, où vous pouvez rire avec les comiques avant que notre DJ prendra le contrôle de la piste de danse.
Désolé, cette information n’est disponible qu’en anglais. Aussi, nos comiques ne joueront qu’en anglais.
Ottawa Stand up comic Matt Carter is a Veteran of Montreal Just for Laughs Festival, is a Canadian Comedy Award nominee and has been featured on Sirius XM radio. In 2018 he was a feature performer for Chris D’Elia on his Follow the Leader Tour.
With over half of his life dedicated to performing comedy, it’s easy to see why the stage seems like such a natural environment to Brendan McKeigan.
Since 2003, Brendan has become an internationally touring headliner; Appearing on CBC’s Laugh Out Loud, Much More Music, Bite TV, George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight, and more.
He has performed at Just For Laughs, the 1000 Islands Comedy Festival, The LOL Sudbury Comedy Festival to sold out audiences and standing ovations three years in a row, as well as The Crack Up Festival’s closing gala for 2300 people at the National Arts Center, and The Crack Up’s Summer Fest Gala two separate years.
Brendan’s performed all over the world, including several overseas tours in the Middle East and Africa, performing for troops with Armed Forces Entertainment in Dubai, Kuwait, Iraq, Ethiopia, Djibouti, Turkey, Egypt, and more. He also recently filmed his first comedy special called, “Make It A Double,” available on DVD, iTunes, Spotify and XM Radio. He is also a mainstay for both Ottawa, and Montreal Comiccon hosting various celebrity panels.
Brendan’s intriguing high energy, laid back, free-flowing style with clever story telling and creative analogies prove why he’s more observant than your creepy neighbour, why people are talking about his impressive talent, and why he isn’t the “next anyone”, he’s the first Brendan McKeigan.