Friday Night Comedy: Brittany Lyseng
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Fri. Aug. 19
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Brittany Lyseng is a nationally touring stand-up comedian.
She can be heard on CBC Radio's Laugh Out Loud, CBC'S The Debaters and Sirius XM. Brittany’s down-to-earth view of the world is capturing audiences across Canada and has earned her a place at the Just For Laughs festival in Montreal, JFL Northwest in Vancouver as well as JFL42 in Toronto.
Brittany's humble beginnings as a tradesperson are apparent in her unique delivery and a one-of-a-kind view of the world. In 2019 Brittany released her first album "Going up" which debuted at number one on Itunes and was named one of the top ten albums in the country by Interrobang.com. You can catch her 2020 television debut on CBC GEM - The New Wave Of Stand Up Comedy.
Bryan Moxon is a comedian who started touring across Western Canada shortly after beginning his comedic quest.
You may recognize him from the short film entitled ‘Berlin Castro’ which premiered at the Calgary International Film Festival in 2020.
He has performed for Yuk Yuks, Craft Island Comedy, was the Lethbridge Roast Battle Champion as well as a finalist in the FunnyFest comedy competition. A rising star in the Canadian scene, prepare to delight at his unique style of comedy.
Scott Dumas (Yuk Yuk’s, Sirius XM Radio, YYC Comedy Festival, Fargo) is a comedian, actor, writer and model who has been performing stand up since 1997. He has showcased for Just For Laughs (2001, 2004, 2007, and 2010) and has headlined clubs from coast-to-coast. He has had the pleasure of working with the likes of Harland Williams, Tommy Chong, Emo Phillips, Lee Camp, Mike Mcdonald, Judah Friedlander, Ari Shaffir, and Gilbert Gottfried. He also performed at the 2014 YYCOMEDY Festival in Calgary as well as the 10th Anniversary show for the prestigious and long running, Comedy Monday Night.
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