Thu, Mar 02|
Le Frigo Vert
The Comedy Retakes Fundraiser
The Comedy Retakes Fundraiser is a new comedy panel show+all proceeds go to ASSTEQ! Queer+Ally Comedians tell jokes about popular TV shows at Le Frigo Vert Thursday March 2nd 8pm!!! A panel of four then improvises to help take the jokes to the next level in a hilarious live brainstorm!
Time & Location
Mar 02, 2023, 8:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Le Frigo Vert, 1440 Rue Mackay, Montréal, QC H3G 2H7, Canada
About the event
Comedy Retakes is a new comedy panel show full of pop culture references! Comedians go on stage and share their jokes about popular TV shows. A panel of four seasoned comedians then improvises to help take the jokes to the next level in a hilarious live brainstorm.
In the final part of the show, comedians must rate the shows as ‘would rewatch’ or ‘wishes I had never seen’ before another panel of comedians take the stage. Featuring queer and ally comedians!!!
- Host: Alo Azimov
First four stand up comedians and panelists:
- Becca Redden
- Ray Resvick
- Andrina Learmonth
- Mike Carrozza
Second four stand up comedians and panelists:
- John Coctroc
- Mariam Khan
- Raquel Maestre
Reviews in between panels by: Gotham K and @in.adhd
Thursday March 2nd 8pm | Doors 7pm
At Le Frigo Vert | 1440 Mackay Street | The venue is Wheelchair accessible | The space is scent free
Donate what you can! | Suggested 5$-10$ NOTAFLOF | No one turned away for lack of funds All proceeds will be donated to ASSTEQ https://cactusmontreal.org/en/programs/astteq-en/Fantastic
Poster credit: Tricia Robinson | special thanks: Victoria Blair
Safety policy: No hate or discrimination of any kind will be tolerated.
Territorial acknowledgement: The event takes place on the land Kanien’kehá:ka. and Tiotia:ke.The meeting place for other Indigenous nations,including the omàmiwininì or Algonquin people. As a live event on this land we feel it’s important we are aware of the land, the custodians of the land, the history and traditions of the people who are the protectors of this land we reside on. It’s important to be aware of the history of colonialism and its consequences in order to not repeat them. It is our responsibility to learn about the history of these lands and to support Indigenous resistance.
Mask policy: Masks will be provided the day of the event