David Acer is an award-winning author, television writer and stand-up comedian. In addition, new scientific research reveals there is an infinite number of David Acers in an infinite number of universes but this one is the tallest. He has had his own special on The Comedy Network and appeared on a multitude of international specials, not to mention live at The Riviera in Las Vegas, The Magic Castle in Hollywood, and 11 times at the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal. He has also contributed comedic pieces to Reader's Digest Canada and appeared three times on CBC's hugely popular series The Debaters, most recently to discuss the latest thinking on how gravity is trying to kill us all. But younger audiences (and insomniacs) are more likely to recognize him as “Doubting Dave” from the now-syndicated series Mystery Hunters, which garnered him two Gemini nominations (the Canadian equivalent of the Emmys) for Best Writing in a Children’s Non-Fiction Series, and the publication of his spin-off book, GOTCHA! 18 Amazing Ways to Freak Out Your Friends, now a Canadian bestseller. GOTCHA! also earned David a Hackmatack Children's Choice Award for Best Non-Fiction and a Willow Award nomination, and has since been translated into French and Danish.
From time to time, it becomes indisputably clear, that a star is walking among us. When actor/comedian Keesha Brownie walks among her fellow Torontonians, they simply know she is one to watch. Having graced the stages of Yuk Yuk’s Comedy Clubs across the country to producing her own comedy series Joker’s Corner, Canada is on the cusp of a comedic phenomenon as Miss Brownie takes us all on a journey filled with laughter, culture, and the endless gift of humour. Keesha Brownie, a native of the culturally diverse city of Montreal is currently making her mark in Toronto as a quick witted stand-up comedian, a talented character actor, and an up-and-coming producer with the recent success of the Joker’s Corner Comedy Series. Like one of her most notable peers in the industry Russell Peters, Keesha grew up in the relatively quiet surroundings of Toronto suburb Brampton, Ontario. Born out of a sheer need to escape the dim routine of the everyday, Keesha found acting to be a rewarding outlet for her. Keesha was a student at the Theatre Performance Program at Humber College where her fondness for live entertainment was ignited and unleashed. She later graduated from the well-known Second City Conservatory program where her skills in both acting and comedy writing were crafted and perfected.
|Friday||8:00PM & 10:30PM||$17.00|
|Saturday||8:00PM & 10:30PM||$20.00|
Absolute Comedy is more than hilarious shows in a great atmosphere, we also offer delicious food at prices that will make your wallet laugh. What a perfect night! Dinner, drinks and a show all under one roof! Call or Book online!More Details
Wednesday is PRO/AM night - we have 3 to 5 local amateur comics, as well as 1 or 2 of the professional weekend performers.
Thursday to Sunday shows - normally have 2 or 3 comedians with an MC, a feature act and a headliner. The shows last approximately 90 minutes. All shows contain adult content, but there is no age restriction for entry to the show.
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A credit card or deposit may be required to GUARANTEE YOUR RESERVATION. For better seating choice and better service, please arrive 40 minutes prior to Showtime (2 hours before Showtime for Dinners). Please call us as soon as possible if you are running late or if there are any changes in your party’s numbers. 24 HOURS (or MORE) NOTICE MAY BE REQUIRED TO CANCEL ANY RESERVATIONS or part of your reservation. (Check our full reservation policy here) You will lose your reservation and seating priority if you arrive less than 15 min prior to Showtime and have not called us.
ALL shows contain adult content, and are intended for an 19+ audience. Persons under the age of 19 can be admitted if accompanied by an adult. However, ….. we do not recommend bringing anyone under the age of 16. If you are actually thinking of bringing your 12 year daughter …. or your 10 year old nephew…..you are probably a horrible parent.
If you arrive only 5 min prior to showtime, you MAY have to sit in the kitchen and watch the show on a 14” black and white screen with no sound and we will spit in your drinks..