Zabrina Douglas presents: Nurse on Nights - Live Album Recording Tickets

945 Bloor Street W, Toronto

LadyfestTO is excited to present Nurse On Nights a live Comedy Album recording ...
$25 online, $30 at the door
After a very busy year of performing at JFL Montreal and JFL Toronto to name a few, Zabrina Douglas will be recording her second album November 24 and 25 7pm at Comedy bar! Only the best comedians in the country will be making guest appearances on these special nights! Tamara Shevon fresh from JFL Montreal and accent of Toronto will be hosting both shows along with a Surprise guest that won’t disappoint!

Seats are very limited reserve online so you don’t miss out!! Come be apart of a very special recording!

Tamara Shevon 

Tamara Shevon is a Toronto-based comic who started her comedic story-telling through wine-coloured glasses in Bejing, China. Since then, she has been blazing through the Toronto scene with her characteristic wit and her lovable ability to flirt with the boundaries of socially acceptable. Tamara produces and hosts the very popular SOS Comedy Show. Tamara has performed stand-up all over China, Canada, and the United States and was second runner-up in the Beijing Improv Comedy Festival. More recently, Tamara has performed at NXNE and JFL42. In 2018, Tamara toured across Ontario with Shawna Edward for the Irritable & Confused Comedy Tour where she was the only black person at each stop. If this wasn’t obvious enough already, Tamara wrote this bio herself which is why she sounds so awesome.

Zabrina Douglas 

Zabrina Douglas is a Canadian stand-up comedian.[1] Her comedy album Things Black Girls Say: The Album received a Juno Award nomination for Comedy Album of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2023.[2]

Douglas, a registered nurse, performed occasional stand-up comedy sets at Kenny Robinson's Nubian Disciples nights for Black Canadian comedians in the 2000s, and was a nominee for the Tim Sims Award in 2008.

She broke through to wider success in 2020 as the headliner of Laughter from the Frontlines, a virtual comedy show organized by Daniel Woodrow's Unknown Comedy Club featuring frontline health care workers performing comedy and storytelling about coping with the COVID-19 pandemic.[1] She subsequently organized Things Black Girls Say, a regular show at Toronto's Comedy Bar, and recorded her sets at the April 15 and 16, 2022, shows for release as an album.[3]

Tix are 25 online and 30 at the door!!! Come if you love laughing a nursing, life and me!!!!!

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Wearing a mask is recommended, but not mandatory.
Comedy Bar is a basement venue with 16 steps down to the entrance. Washrooms are located on the main floor.
The use of smoke machines and strobe, flashing lights or lasers may occur during performances

Scheduled Events

Event Location:
945 Bloor Street W, Toronto, ON, M6H 1L5