The Dirty Show - September 22nd
The Dirty Show - September 22nd
Join us for our a filthy night of comedy under the big tent at Trestle Brewing Company. Please note this show is a no-limits event so wear your big person pants! You have been fairly warned!
Date & Time:
Date: Friday, September 22, 2023
If you'd like to enjoy dinner before the show, please arrive between 6pm and 6:30pm.
Show Starts: 8:00pm
If you'd like to enjoy dinner before the show, please arrive between 6pm and 6:30pm. Food service during the show will be limited.
Location: Trestle Brewing Company. 9 Great North Road. Parry Sound, ON
Please note that there are no physical tickets. You will be added to a guest list and checked in at the door on the event date. Row seating may be available at the door.
Choose from table seating or row seating.
- Please note that there is no food service to row seating. You are welcome to make a separate reservation before the show in the Taproom.
- Table seating can accommodate a group of up to 8 people. If you want to enjoy a meal, please arrive by 6:30 pm at the latest. Food service during the show to tables will be limited.
With his unmistakable charm, Jeff Paul pushes the boundaries of comedy leaving no topics off-limit. Jeff’s quick wit and unrestrained attitude often result in raw, embarrassing stories at his own expense. Jeff has opened for Louis CK, Gilbert Gottfried, and K. Trevor Wilson, who can be seen on Roast Battle Canada on CTV Comedy, was selected for New Faces at JFL42 in Toronto and is a touring Yuk Yuk’s headliner. For 5 years he ran one of Toronto's best weekly shows, Dope N’ Mic Comedy, at the famed Underground Comedy Club. It was the first 420-friendly show in Just For Laughs history to be included as a part of their festival. In 2014 he founded the Icebreakers Comedy Festival in his hometown of Niagara-on-the-Lake and in 2022 The Big Sound Comedy Festival in Parry Sound. His debut album “Delightfully Dark” is available through Comedy Records and on all streaming sites.
Follow him on all socials @jeffpaulcomedy.
Feature - Ryan Horwood
Ryan Horwood is a professional comedian and actor originally from Northern Ontario.
At a young age, Ryan knew he was born to be a performer, but coming from a small town with a population of just 800, he knew he needed a bigger audience. Since moving to Toronto, Ryan has been having a blast performing at clubs across the city. As a headlining comedian that’s toured the country from coast to coast, he’s performed at JFL42 and the prestigious Clock Tower Comedy Festival. Ryan’s also seen success acting; as the host of his own children’s program on YTV, as the “comedy relief” teacher on Family Channel’s Overruled, and in the news satire series, The Beaverton. After 20 years of shows, Ryan’s small-town charm, quick wit and comical stories will be an immediate hit with any crowd.
Head Liner- Mike Wilmot
Mike was born with his head between a woman’s legs, took that fact, added beer, and created one of the funniest stand-up acts on both sides of the Atlantic. If you live on the eastern side of the pond and are a fan of Rich Hall’s, you probably saw Mike appear with him on the BBC in Rich Hall’s Cattle Drive, or Rich Hall’s Fishing Show, or flagship stand-up show Live at the Apollo. Or you might have seen him as himself on the BBC in Never Mind the Buzzcocks or 28 Acts in 28 Minutes. He was the host of the Paramount comedy series Comedy Blue and has appeared on the Australian TV show Good News Week (Network 10) as a guest panelist. On the other side of the Atlantic, Mike was on Canadian TV in Corner Gas, The Jon Dore Television Show, All the Comforts, and on CMT’s Ron White’s Salute to the Troops.
Mike also has awards up the whazoo: the Barry Award for Outstanding Stand-up Comic Performance in Australia; the Time Out Award for Best Stand-Up in London, England; the Canadian Comedy Award for Best Male Film Performance, and he twice received the Canadian Comedy Award for Best Male Stand-up.’
Mike has made numerous film and television appearances over the years, with a showstopping role in It’s All Gone Pete Tong and a cast regular on The Fountain and Flickers.
Add to this all his other Canadian TV appearances – the thousands of times he did his stand-up on nightclub stages, and all the festivals from Melbourne, Australia to Kilkenny, Ireland to Edinburgh, Scotland to Montreal, Canada – and you have one hell of a funny man.
In 2016 Mike made his debut appearance at London’s Royal Albert Hall as part of the Teenager Cancer Trust gigs, and had a weeklong sold-out run at London’s Soho Theatre.