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Abbas Wahab LIVE! In Winnipeg | Gracefully Balding Tour

Abbas Wahab LIVE! In Winnipeg | Gracefully Balding Tour

Stand-up comedian and social media sensation, Abbas Wahab, hits the road on a Canada-wide tour showcasing his new stand-up hour!

Abbas Wahab is a prolific comedian and actor, he's fresh off of a month-long run of his new comedy hour "Gracefully Balding" at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. He’s been a staple of Canadian comedy for nearly a decade, a regular on CBC's The Debaters, and has been featured on Just For Laughs and Winnipeg Comedy Festivals.
You may know him from his viral online "job interview" series which parodies the hiring process of popular companies and careers. He's back and ready to kick-off his second nation-wide tour with all new material!

Hosted by comedian Jordan Policicchio (One of Canada's fastest-rising comedians. In a few short years, he's a club regular at Absolute Comedy, The Corner Comedy Club and Comedy Bar and just got back from opening for Che Durena at the New York Comedy Club. His lightning-quick wit and dry delivery make him obnoxiously relatable, with fans consistently saying, "that's so true."

Doors open 7:30pm | Show starts 8:00pm Please arrive no later than 7:45pm to be seated.

Time(s)8:00 PM (doors at 7:30)

Date(s)Oct 27, 2023

Tickets$25.00 + service fee

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