It’s been a fun past two evenings down at Comedy Bar for Sketch Com-ageddon, but sadly I won’t be able to see the rest of the competition because I’m working the next few evenings and on Saturday I’m going to see Radiohead.
Finally, a band I’ve wanted to see live in concert since I was pre-high school. The Bends was the first CD I ever bought. For whatever reason, I never got around to seeing them live. I had tickets the last time they were in Canada, but I had to re-sell them in order to return to France (oh, boo-hoo, I know!) The kicker, they’d been playing the city where I lived in France the DAY before I arrived. I really should have planned that better. But this weekend, I’m finally going to see them. Unless someone has free tickets to France.
Back to Com-Ageddon, it was fun! I performed on Monday and Tuesday I attempted to live-Tweet the festivities (despite my tardiness.) It was fun to re-connect with some TOsketchfest pals & Humber pals. It felt a little strange to see fellow Humber students now, even though we used to see each other every single day of the week. Maybe that’s why. Or maybe it’s because I’m kindof awkward, socially. Mph.
I’ve got a PREVIEW to some news. A few of my fellow comedians with similar sensibilities are planning somewhat of a comedy tour in October. We’re thinking about hitting up some more Eastern areas, such as Ottawa, Montreal and Sherbrooke, and some more Western areas, like St. Catharines, London and Guelph. If anyone who reads this blog lives around any of those places, keep reading for more information to come. If you’re from those areas and you have tips about venues and booking information, please get in touch with me – because I value your knowledge and experience.
Ooooh! Also. My partner in cat-crime, Paige Mcintrye, & I finally put up our second episode of CatChatz. You should be sure to check that out, because it’s funny and about cats.