Signal Presents - Comedy Show
Saturday August 11th - 9pm
General Admission Tickets - $20
‘Because we all need to LAUGH” - Signal Comedy Show
With life returning to sorta normal, we thought it was time to chill a little with your friends @ Signal. Cold beer and a good laugh is the perfect way to rebalance.
YES it’s friggen short notice but we scored some of Canada’s best funnymen for you to enjoy.
Covid protocols are in place!
Come and ENJOY
After appearances at the Just For Laughs Festival and a breakout viral video from Winnipeg Comedy Festival in 2018, (over 1.2M views on YouTube and 15M on Facebook), Rob Bebenek has asserted himself as one of the brightest new voices to come out of Canada.
Quick wit and a keen eye for observation, highlight a comedy skill set that is becoming a force on stages across North America, and has audiences wanting more.
As a finalist in SiriusXM’s Top Comic, Bebenek asserted himself as a major player in comedy and has since imposed his brand on Theatres, clubs and colleges, and rightly so. The man is flat out funny.
From Kitchener Ontario, Bebenek AKA Ol’ Bebsie, has been drawing acclaim across Canada earning himself appearances on MTV and opening concert series for Bob Saget, Burt Kreischer, Charlie Murphy, Steve-O, and Gerry Dee, to name a few.
Comedian Mike Rita is exactly what you think a comic should be... funny, smart & relate-able. He was the winner of the Second City's 'Cream of Comedy' and the runner up for Now Magazine's 2014 & 2015 'Best Male Stand-up'.
Mike has worked with the likes of Joe Rogan, Bobby Lee, Mike MacDonald, Ari Shaffir & The Portuguese Kids. Constantly on tour with Yuk Yuk's Comedy Clubs but always finding time two host his award winning 'Stoner Sundays' at the world renowned Vapor Central in downtown Toronto. Mike is a comedian who is always working hard to have his voice heard and is always looking to make new audiences laugh.
Originally from Montreal, bilingual performer Hunter Collins has graced the stage at countless festivals, including JFL42, The Halifax Comedy Festival, Icebreakers Comedy Festival, The Garden City Comedy Festival, Cracking Up The Capital, Zoofest and The Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Hunter has featured on TV shows like Discovery Channel’s Disasters At Sea and CBC Radio’s The Debaters. He recently hosted the 18th annual Canadian Comedy Awards and his latest album Nincom2oop debuted at #1 on the iTunes comedy charts.
Hunter has also taken home a Canadian Film Festival People’s Choice Award and his animated short Hawkeye Sucks was selected to the Scumdance Film Festival in Reno, NV as well as Atlanta Shortsfest.