CBC Radio's

CBC Radio's "Laugh Out Loud"

CBC Radio's Laugh Out Loud is recording live comedy in Winnipeg.
Host Ali Hassan is at the Gas Station Theatre on Wednesday November 22nd with comedians from Winnipeg to bring you a night of laughs. 
The show features Paul Rabliauskas (CTV’s Acting Good, CBC Gem's The New Wave of Standup), Mike Green (CBC Gem's The New Wave of Standup, Comedy Battle Royale), Emmanuel Lomuro (CBC's The Porter, Comedy Battle Royale), Danielle Kayahara (Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Wisecracks for Weirdos), Spencer Adamus (Just For Laughs New Face 2023), Kristen Einarson (Winnipeg Comedy Festival), and Benji Rothman(SiriusXM Top Comic, Melbourne Jewish Comedy Festival, Winnipeg Comedy Festival).
Join the live theatre audience for a night of laughter as Ali Hassan records new episodes of CBC Radio's hit stand-up comedy show.

Time(s)7 PM - 9 PM (Doors at 6 PM)

Date(s)Nov 22, 2023

Tickets$30.00 (plus applicable fees)

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