Things Black Girls Say December edition

Last show was amazing! Next show is Sunday December 19th 7pm with an all new killer line up of some of the best comedians in Canada all on one stage!!! Reserve online to guarantee seats!

This months line of come include!

Aba Amuquandoh

Aba Amuquandoh is a Canadian actress and comedian, best known for her work on the sketch comedy series This Hour Has 22 Minutes. She first joined the show in the 2020 season, both as a writer and as a supporting performer in sketches, and was promoted to a starring member in the 2021–22 season.

Sharif BM

amazing Comedian from Brampton. Killed it with his smart witty comedy at the last show we had to bring him back. A regular at KENNY ROBINSON and NUBIAN DISCIPLES ALL BLACK COMEDY. He performs all over canada at pack clubs and private gigs including the harbour front theatre for Kuumba.

Martha E. Chaves

She has performed at Montreal's Just For Laughs Comedy festival, Halifax Comedy Festival, the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, the Edmonton Comedy Festival, The Toronto People's Festival, CBC's Cracking Up the Capital, and El Festival del Humor in Colombia, to mention a few! This act is not to be missed!

Daphney Joseph is bilingual actor and producer born & raised in Montreal. After College, she moved to Toronto to pursuit her passion. Daphney performed in The Second City Training Centre’s Conservatory Graduation show Person of Pinterest (dir Rob Baker) and Longorm Graduation show Save the laugh Dance (dir. Paloma Nunez). She’s part of the Feature Players at Bad Dog Theatre. Her improv duo Coko & Daphney has performed at the Harbourfront Center, SheDot Festival, BCIF, Montreal Improv Festival, Ottawa Improv Festival, Boston Comedy Art Festival, Del Close Marathon NYC, Philly Improv Festival, and many more. Daphney also performs with the French improv troupe Les Improbables & Le Club des Marteaux. She was part of a prank show for TFO's new network, TFO FLIP.


Surer is a writer and comic based in Toronto Ontario. Stuck in a time portal where she is assigned as the sole care-taker of a young Barack Obama, she occasionally can be seen at various stand-up haunts, entertaining crowds with her humourous hot takes and her ill timed tarot readings. She wants you to know that raising a baby Barack is stressful but the future is in good hands with her at the care-taking wheel. Surer is a writer, stand-up and performer based in Toronto. She is a member of the sketch collective Fusion, one of the only POC only troupe in the city, and has showcased at various hot-ticket shows in the city such as “Kenny Robinson presents The Nubian Disciples”, “Yas Kween” and “Shade”. She’s also performed at 2018’s “Lady-Fest” and “Lady-Fest presents Sketchfest” in Montreal.

Paul Hutcheson

Paul has been a solo comedic performer for twelve years. His trilogy of one-person comedies, "The First Time", "On Second Thought" & "Third Time Lucky" have toured to over 25 festivals winning awards in New York, San Francisco and Montreal. Hutcheson also produces, hosts and tours a variety show called "Canuck Cabaret." The cabaret was produced for five years in New York City at Under St. Mark's Theatre and was a critic's pick in Time Out New York magazine. Hutcheson regularly produces shows in Toronto at the legendary Cameron House and Buddies In Bad Times Theatre as well as performing on shows in numerous venues including Second City and Comedy Bar.

Hoodo Hersi

Hoodo Hersi

Hoodo Hersi is a Toronto-based comedian recently selected as a New Face: Canada at the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal, where her performance aired on the Comedy Network. She has performed in clubs and festivals all over Canada and the United States, including the Winnipeg Comedy Festival and the BBC World Service Montreal Comedy Show where both of her performances will air on the CBC, the 12th annual New York Arab-American Comedy Festival, Boston Women in Comedy Festival, and Toronto’s Shedot Festival. In 2018, she was selected as an Audible New Voice at SF Sketchfest, and performed with Hasan Minhaj, Lil Rel Howery, Chris Redd, Gina Yashere, Moshe Kasher, and Maria Bamford among others. She also had the distinct honor of hosting the TEDxToronto Conference, and featuring in Sephora’s national “Get Lippie” lipstick campaign in partnership with Fashion Magazine, where she was profiled as one of the three Female Comedians Taking Canada by Storm Right Now.

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Things Black Girls Say December edition

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