Adrienne Fish was nominated by NOW Magazine as Toronto’s Best Female Stand-up and for the Tim Sims Encouragement Award in recognition of up and coming talent. Adrienne recently recorded her first nationally aired TV taping on CBC, and has toured across Canada to prestigious festivals such as the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Hubcap Comedy Festival, and more.
Ali Hassan is a stand-up comic and actor who has performed for audiences across Canada and internationally. Host of CBC Radio’s Laugh out Loud and a five-time host of Canada Reads, Hassan is a Canadian Comedy Award nominee, and toured his solo show Muslim Interrupted around Canada to great acclaim.
Tamara Shevon is a Toronto-based comic who has been blazing through the city’s scene with her characteristic wit and lovable ability to flirt with the boundaries of socially acceptable. Tamara produces and hosts the very popular SOS Comedy Show, and has performed stand-up all over China, Canada, and the United States, most recently NXNE and JFL42.
Kenny Robinson is a winner of the Phil Hartman Award. His irreverent, socially conscience, intelligent, opinionated and profane style of comedy has made him a fixture and favourite with comedy clubs, festivals, swingers conventions, radio, and television audiences for over 3 decades.
Keesha Brownie, Jill of All trades and Brampton native, brings a verbal arsenal of humour harmony and business hustle center stage. She is unquestionably one of the most sought-after Canadian entertainers to watch. Keesha just released a Comedy Album, Ingredients of a Brownie, and her new comedy parody song Vaccine takes a political and comedic jab at the current climate.