Things Black Girls Say
Time: 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Its winter now but that's ok! we have enough jokes too KEEP YOU HOT! This edition of THINGS BLACK GIRLS SAY has some of the best Comedian around the city coming too one stage for one night only!!! Get your ticket quick this event will SELL OUT.
15$$ online at comedybar.ca or 20$ at the door!
DECEMBER 15TH 7PM!!
this month we have an amazing line up of talent
Standup comedy, MC, hosting, facilitating, accents, impressions. Whether you're looking for clean comedy or something a little more racy, Jen is excited to perform for your guests and make your event a success! Jen has performed at the San Diego Comedy Festival, JFL42, across Canada and Asia.
With a corporate background, Jen is comfortable facilitating meetings and workshops with humour to make your message memorable.
Patrick Hakeem is a comic from Montreal now based in Toronto. He has performed at JFL 42, Zoofest and NXNE festivals. He has also been featured on Sirius XM. Hakeem's high energy demands your full fixation. His brutal honesty, vulnerability, and his ability to have fun with the audience leaves them wanting more.
Natalie Norman is a Toronto-based stand-up comedian, podcaster, storyteller and Jewess.
Natalie hosts a weekly LGBTQ+, feminist friendly show The Crimson Wave at Comedy Bar in Toronto. She recorded her second TV taping in May 2019 for the Winnipeg Comedy Festival and her debut comedy album The Big Reveal is set for release on Howl & Roar this summer.
In addition to the weekly show, Natalie is the co-host of the Crimson Wave Podcast. The menstruation-themed podcast was included in Blog TO's Top 10 Toronto Podcasts and named by Toronto Life as one of the city's most addictive podcasts.
NITISH SAKHUJA is a second-generation Indian Canadian, born and raised in Toronto's Rexdale neighbourhood. A fixture on Toronto's thriving "420 Friendly" standup scene, Sakhuja hosts and produces a weekly show at the cult comedy lounge The Underground Comedy Club as well as making viral videos amassing over 7 million views for media giant HERB. Sakhuja is a regular favourite on the bill at Toronto's Corner Comedy Club and fresh off the JFL 42 comedy festival. Watch out for the kid, he's everywhere. Literally he's on billboards across Ontario promoting a radio station.
Aliya is a Toronto-based comedian best known for her playful and mischievous personality. Showing off her funny around the world, she recently toured Australia with her show "Where You From, From?" that sold out at the 2019 Melbourne International Comedy Festival. She has showcased with Standup NBC-2018 in New York at the renowned Gotham Comedy Club, Zoofest/Off-JFL, Chicago's NBC/Second City Breakout Comedy Festival, SiriusXM's Top Comic, Montreal's LadyFest, Seattle International Comedy Competition, Brantford Comedy Festival, Shedot, Crom Fest, NXNE Festival and headlined Madison's Lady Laughs Festival. Aliya can be heard on the CBC LOL network, as well as SiriusXM
he did her first stand up show on her 25 th Birthday. It went so well she got future bookings and within a year she was headlining her first 30-minute set! Tamara moved back to Toronto and continued her comedy here, where she juggled a sales job and her comedy career. Eventually she quit her sales job and focused on her comedy. From there Tamara vowed to break the stigma of either being a great producer or a great comic... she wanted both. always loved Comedy, and people always told me that I should be a comedian. But that's something people always say just because that's the only profession people associate with being funny. I never thought I'd be actually standing on a stage 5-7 times a week sharing all of my personal experiences, it's surreal!"
and other special guests!!!!
And of course your host ZABRINA DOUGLAS!!!
Born and raised in Brampton, Zabrina Douglas is a comedian that draws from her experience as a Nurse, a mother, and the daughter of 2 Jamaican parents. "She's one of the most exuberant and cheerful stand-ups working in the city. She can turn a whole show around by kicking up the energy in the room." Steve Fisher of Torontoist.com.
Zabrina has been a regular and headlined Kenny Robinson's legendary "Nubian Disciples All Black Comedy Revue". She Created and Produces her Critically acclaimed show "Things Black Girls Say". She has performed in well known festivals like Just For Laughs Toronto, The Toronto Fringe Festival, Slo Comedy Festival in California and The women's Comedy festival in Boston. Her work can be seen on Teletoons, The Comedy Network and CBC. She has shared the stage with well known comedians Gilbert Godfrey, Cocoa Brown and Luenell.
"...She's one of the most exuberant and cheerful stand-ups working in the city. She can turn a whole show around by kicking up the energy in the room." Steve Fisher of Torontoist.com.
Come out to Comedy Bar this is not too be missed!!!