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Graduates from the National School of Humor to perform in L'Île-Bizard-Sainte-Geneviève

Twelve young, up-and-coming comedians from the National School of Humor (E.N.H) will perform at the L'Île-Bizard-Sainte-Geneviève sociocultural center on December 1 at 7:30 pm.

These comedians will blow you away in this free show that promises a whirlwind of humor and reflections on social issues. Alternating solo acts and short comedic scenes will make you smile, laugh, and think! Keep your spirits high and your wallet happy with a free, entertaining evening!

PHOTO: City of Montréal

As Canada's only French-language institution of higher learning in the artistic discipline of comedy, the National School of Comedy is the focal point for comedy expertise in Canada and in the Francophonie. It is a reference in all areas of training for this discipline.

WHAT? 3rd public outing of the ENH comedians - Free show.

Gracing the stage will be Thomas Bédard, Anthony Courcy, Virginie Courtiol, Jérémy Frappier, Élizabeth Grondin, Rosalie Lacroix, Gabrielle Ouellette, Samuel Poulin-Flynn, Mathilde Proulx, Magali Saint-Vincent, Audrey-Ann Tremblay and Thibault Varin.

WHEN? Thursday, December 1, at 7:30 pm.

WHERE? Salle Boileau at the L'Île-Bizard Sociocultural Center (490 montée de l'Église)

For ticket reservations, click here. Must have a Montréal library subscription in order to register.

SOURCE: City of Montréal

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