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Thursday
19
APR

Ben Beauchemin Has Friends!

20:00
22:30
Comedy at Wee Johnny's
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Comedy at Wee Johnny's is so proud to announce this incredible show - Ben Beauchemin has friends!

Hosted by Tim Gray this show features sketch comedy from Family Dinner and stand-up comedy by Jordanne Brown and Ben Beauchemin.

Doors 7PM | Show 8PM | Cover $10

BEN BEAUCHEMIN moved to Toronto from Winnipeg six years ago to pursue stand-up comedy and acting. Ben’s natural stage presence and sharp joke writing ability got him instant recognition, landing him in the Cream Of Comedy showcase his first year in the city. Ben’s style is defined by his personal stories and observations punctuated with biting, rapid fire punchlines. As a comedian he has made his name primarily through a mix of high profile festival appearances such as Just For Laughs 42, Toronto Music Week, and North by North East, and independent tours, most recently “The Three Musketeers (Of Comedy)” which had sold out theatre shows in Montreal and Toronto. His comedy can also be heard playing on regular rotation on Sirius XM.

As an actor he has amassed an impressive amount of credits, appearing on stage and screen alongside James Franco, Renée Zellweger, and William Hurt. He just finished filming season 2 of Kim’s Convenience, currently the number one comedy in Canada, where he plays Gerald, a series regular.

“Wonderfully original… hilarious” - Exclaim Magazine

Jordanne Brown is a comedic writer and performer from Regina Saskatchewan, who moved to Toronto to pursue comedy in 2015. She is the proud owner of a Comedy Writing and Performance diploma from Humber College. She is also a mostly humble recipient of the Eugene Levy 2017 Writing Award, the 2017 Tim Sims Encouragement Award, and the 2018 IHJ Newcomer Comic of the Year Award . Jordanne is a member of Boys Club, a comedy collective with a bi-weekly show at Comedy Bar, half of the sketch duo "I'm Coke and She's Cola", and a writer and performer on F*ckgirls, a new web-series! People have described Jordanne as “cool” and “funny” I swear.