Learn the basics of writing stand-up comedy with the hilarious Vong Show, who hails from Winnipeg, currently lives in Toronto, and is returning to Winnipeg. This workshop is for folks who love comedy and would like to learn the basics of writing stand-up comedy to eventually perform at an open mic comedy night.

Sunday, April 7, 2024, 1:30 – 4:20pm
Millennium Library, 251 Donald Street

🎤✍️ Unleash Your Inner Comedian! Join us for a Stand-Up Comedy Writing Workshop with the hilarious Vong Show! 🎤✍️

Ever been told you’re hilarious? Ever thought about trying your hand at stand-up comedy? Or maybe you just love the art of comedy writing? Then this workshop is for you!

Join the uproariously funny Vong Show, all the way from Toronto (by way of Winnipeg!), for a crash course in the basics of stand-up comedy writing. Whether you’re a seasoned jokester or a comedy newbie, this workshop will teach you the fundamentals.

At the end of the workshop, if you’re feeling brave, you’ll even have the option to sign up for an open mic comedy night and give your material a test run in front of a live audience!

Vōng Shō: Official spokesperson for gay, super cute Asians. Spreading enlightenment through laughter! Founder of Comedy Cares and creator of RICE: Asian Comedy Showcase. Current Chair of the JUNOs Comedy Album of the Year committee. Appearances on CBC (The National, My Toronto, CBC Toronto, Fresh Air, Metro Morning), CTV (The Social), OutTV and MTV Logo.

Don’t miss this chance to learn from one of Canada’s comedy gems and take your humor to the next level. Reserve your spot now and get ready to laugh your way to comedy greatness! 🤣🌟

FREE !! (Registration is required)

This event is a safe space for Asian individuals to have fun, learn, and express their comedic creativity unapologetically and judgment-free. While other communities are welcome, please keep in mind that this event is primarily intended for the Asian community. Therefore, themes and learning goals are tailored to meet the needs of the Asian community, which often experiences inadequate representation in the arts and comedy communities.