THIS PROMISES TO BE ONE OF THE BEST COMEDY SHOWS OF THE YEAR WITH DIRECT FROM TORONTO “THE BOB MARLEY OF COMEDY” MATT SHURY .DO NOT MISS!!
MILE END STAND-UP COMEDY IS THE MOST FUN!
By popular demand!! We have had so many requests to bring MATT SHURY back (especially from the Ladies!!!)
WARNING! THIS WILL SELL OUT SO RSVP NOW!!
Le Parc Des Princes has a new chef from Paris and he makes a Samosa experience like no other.
SUPER COMEDY NIGHT THIS FRIDAY NIGHT Dec 14th!
MATT SHURY DIRECT FROM TORONTO!
“ MATT SHURY IS NOT ONLY HILARIOUS BUT HE IS THE BOB MARLEY OF COMEDY”…….National Comedy Review
BRACE YOURSELF MONTREAL!
THIS NIGHT HAVE A BIG LAFF WITH 5 OTHER COMICS.
Come as you are or come as someone else!
Limited seating so RSVP now!
We always need a good laugh!
WITH MATT SHURY ON STAGE Mile End will never be the same!!
Date : FRIDAY Dec 14th
Ticket price for members: No Charge!!!
In respect for the venue please purchase at least one drink (soft drink or alcohol)
Le Parc des Princes
This is the most cozy intimate comedy club anywhere!!!
check out photos of the venue
5293 ave du Parc
ABOUT MILE END
MOVE OVER MORDECAI RICHLER HERE WE COME!!
Mile End since the 1980s has been known for its
Anglophone culture and as an artistic neighbourhood, home to
artists, musicians, writers , filmmakers, many art galleries,
designers' workshops, boutiques and cafés are found here.
The computer graphics software house Discreet Logic made a mark
on the area by renovating part of an old clothing factory in the
early 1990s. In 1997, this space became the new Montreal studios
of computer game developer Ubisoft , expanded since to take over
much of the building. Mile End has become noticeably richer and
more popular since the mid-90s:
The writer Mordecai Richler grew up on Saint-Urbain
Street in the 1930s and 40s, and wrote about the neighbourhood in
several of his novels. Wilensky's Light Lunch , which is still
open on Fairmount at Clark, features memorably in The
Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz film William Shatner grew up in
Mile End based on it.
In 2005, Mile End was described in several music
magazines, notably Spin and Pitchfork Media , as the heart of the
independent music scene in Montreal. Independent record label
Mile End Records is also named after the neighbourhood as one of
the founders once lived there.