Red, Green and Blue

Message from Laughing Like Crazy

Dear Comedy Lovers and Mental Health Aficionados,

As a special holiday treat we have a comedy show on Monday December 19th 2011!  If you’ve missed some of our past showcases this is a great chance to catch up on all the laughs. If you’ve been coming to the showcases and filling in the audience feedback forms and you’re the one who wrote “MORE SHOWS!!!”, thanks for the suggestion, we listened.

Red, Green, and BLUE


Treat the December blues with an extra strength dose of stand-up comedy about mental health issues.

 Inspired by psychiatry, but with fewer side effects

Monday December 19th, 2011

Doors open at 7:00pm

Show starts at 7:30pm

The Supermarket

(Restaurant/Bar/Lounge 19+)

268 Augusta Ave

$10 /Pay what you can

Poster pdf  Laughing Like Crazy Show_Dec 19


WARNING: Some acts may contain egg nog. All acts contain nuts.

 Laughing Like Crazy is an innovative program that uses stand-up comedy as a vehicle to address mental health issues. All our comedians are graduates of the Laughing Like Crazy program at the Mood Disorders Association of Ontario and have written stand-up comedy routines based on personal experiences of the mental health system and their own unique perspective on the world.
Please circulate the news and poster in your networks. There is a ten dollar cover charge, but we are serious about the pay what you can option. Folks in all budget brackets are welcome! The event space and washroom are on one floor, however there are three steps up at the front door and the washrooms may be difficult to navigate in a wheelchair. If you have questions about accessibility please email me or contact the venue directly.
Hope to see you at the show,

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