Tag: Kris Dulgar
Forty-two years ago a man walked into the world with two destinies. One was to bring the angriest comedy show in Montreal to fruition. The other was to successfully cross-breed a goat with a waffle iron. Guess which one is happening this night!
Oh yeah, and there’s another Holy Crap! coming too. That’s right, Montreal’s rowdiest comedy show is back and is fully armed!
Interactive Evil productions’ monthly comedy show includes the best in Montreal comedy and the best in Montreal’s rowdy, drunken bar patrons and puts them together for single night of no holds barred amusement.
This show is fast becoming THE show to see and we fucking dare you to come out and join in the fun. This is the only show that wants you to heckle and say something. Hell… it double-dog dares you.
Performing this month: A plethora of awesome comics including, Paul B, Marquise, Bruno Ly, Paul Ash, Kris Dulgar, Barry Carter, Natacha Filion, Morgan O’Shea, Trevor Forestell and Christophe Davidson.
As always, it is hosted by the only man to banned from a comedy club for religious reasons and the man who turning the age of life, the universe and everything, Devil Dan Derkson.
Best part is…. IT’S FREE!
So, come on down to the Cock n’ Bull and enjoy the evil birthday clown of comedy.
Kris Dulgar helped put a new room together but the fantastic part about this is the inclusion of barbecue, the best combination of words since anal penetration. So come out to Vinyl and lets eat some flesh and then make people vomit it back up in laughter.
Hey Internet! So, if you follow any of this regularly or have seen any of my other sites, you know that in my offline world I’m a stand-up comic. I have been doing it off and on for over 20 years but only in the past year or two have I really taken it seriously. Comedy is a fantastic outlet, personally. I love everything about it; the writing, performing, promoting, comedians themselves. Everything!
I got into it when I was in college. I have been performing in some way ever since I was a kid. I started with music. Later, I got into theatre which led to me going to college to get my theatre degree. While I was there I met my friend Ian Boothby, a brilliantly funny guy. He was doing stand up regularly at Vancouver’s original comedy venue, (continue reading…)