Comedy @ Club 54

Guaranteed to Have You Laughing Out Loud!

‘The History of Comedy at Club 54’

The ‘COMEDY AT CLUB 54’ TV Show was taped at Club 54from 1992 to 2001– The longest running stand-up comedy show in Canadian TV history! Check out the mini-documentary
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There’s Live Stand-Up Comedy every Friday and Saturday at Club 54 preceding the Dance Party. Your host is Canada’s # 1 insult comic – Ben Guyatt!

(Please Note: Comedy will return when all covid restrictions have been lifted)

Copy & PRint or take a screen shot of this pass for 2 for 1 admission.

Each week nightclub impresario Gene Quondamatteo brings to Burlington the absolute best comedians from across North America – as seen in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, New York and Los Angeles as well as on television, including The Tonight Show, David Letterman, Conan O’Brien, HBO, A&E and of course ‘Comedy at Club 54’ – the television series!

The ‘Comedy at Club 54’ television series has been broadcast locally on CHCH TV and nationwide on The Comedy Network.

Tickets for the show are $15 at the door, however you can get 2 for 1 or half price admission (see below to print out a VIP Pass).

Tickets include admission to the Club 54 Dance Party After Party following the show from 10:30pm ’til 2:00am.

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Chris Jarvie

Jarvie has performed in Toronto, Mississauga, London and Hamilton; he has appeared in open mike shows and at YukYuks. “I try to do cleaner material,” he said while talking about his subject matter. “By sticking to clean material, I never have to censor myself,” he explained.

Saying he “gets a buzz” from performing, Jarvie noted it’s getting to the point where he will be able to make a living solely from comedy. His charity shows are getting “a really good reputation” and he is finding increasing opportunities to perform.

Dan Brennan

Dan Brennan has done stand up comedy all over the midwest. He has opened for such acts as Jim Breuer, Mitch Hedberg and many other prestigious acts. A versatile performer who can mc, feature or headline and has been featured on ABC s America’s Funniest People and WLUP radio. He has performed at The Improv, Laugh Factory, Zanies,Funny Bone, Riddles and countless other clubs and venues.

David Roy

David DJ Roy is best known for his stand up comedy but he is also an established spoken word artist. He has performed at The world famous Laugh Factory in L.A. and The Atldot Comedy Lounge in Toronto plus Vancouver International Burlesque Festival. He also producing and hosting That Filthy Show.. His comedy talks about his battle with Poverty, Diabetes or his past in Adult Films biz. If you every get a chance to watch him perform you are in for a treat as he take you on a to the deepest depth’s of reality.

Gary Lamkin

Gary Lamkin did his first stand up set at the age of 16 and he’s been going ever since. Now based in Toronto, Gary continues to make audiences laugh with his effective blend of material and improvisational crowd work. He was featured for the first time on television when he was 18; on the show “Comedy In The City” and has headlined and toured in various parts of Canada. He has also completed 2 years of training at Humber’s “Comedy Writing and Performance”’program. He hosts his own podcast “The Hump Day Podcast” which is available on iTunes.

Ben Guyatt

*** SPECIAL SOLO PERFORMANCE! ***

Having trained with “Second City” in Toronto and the Hamilton Players Guild, Ben Guyatt began his career as a professional comedian in 1980. Ben has performed in many hundreds of club, corporate, and TV shows over the past 30 years.

As a Master of Ceremonies there are few that can come close but unknown to many people, Ben Guyatt can also perform great stand-up comedy with his razor sharp tongue and hilarious interactive approach.

Paul Haywood

One is swept up by this instantly likeable looneytune, and kept by the depth of material and performance. Able to work clean, yet has tipped more than his share of sacred cows. Paul has been a fixture on the National scene since winning the Toronto YukYuks new talent search in 1998.
Since then he has shone among the best in the country; in his own “Comedy Now!” special airing on CTV and the Comedy Network, and been a smash hit at the Halifax Festival on CBC. Paul has headlined all across Canada and the Dominican Republic and can be heard on XM Satellite Radio.

Paul McCallum

Dubbed “The Super Hero of Comedy” by fellow comics, Paul McCallum has been tearing up stages at many well-known comedy clubs. His deep admiration for himself and his magnetism to chaotic life events create a perfect concoction for laughs.

Bill Davern

Bill Davern is one of Canada’s finest and funniest impersonators.

Bill’s impressions of Neil Diamond, Al Pacino, Marlon Brando, Johnny Carson and Jack Nicholson are sure to have you howling in your seats for more.

Larry Smith

Larry Smith is a natural born performer, starting his show business career with his first television appearance at the age of 4, on Romper Room. Throughout his childhood into his teen years Larry was very active honing his skill participating in everything from high school radio, to acting, stand up, and play writing. Larry then went on to the Theatre Arts program at Niagara College .

Larry made his Comedy debut on May 5th 1984 at Cracker’s Comedy Club in Hamilton , Ontario . His start as a professional comedian followed shortly there after moving from Cracker’s to the, then new, Yuk Yuk’s franchise. After performing with Yuk Yuk’s for 2 years, Larry forged out as an independent comedian, working toward establishing himself as a highly sought after headliner.

Larry has been working as headliner, and part of a comedy duo, for more the 16 years. In that time he has made numerous radio and television appearances including Comedy at Club 54, Chaps Comedy, Cooking with Comics, CH TV, City TV, and the Comedy Network. Larry has also toured extensively across North America, having covered most of Canada , and the Eastern United States . Larry is very proud to have shared the stage with Sam Kinison, Gilbert Gottfreid, Blue Rodeo, Northern Pikes, among many other great performers.

Dave Martin

Born and raised in Toronto, Dave Martin began comedy in 1996 and believes anything can be made funny. Dave performed at the Late Night Danger Zone at the Just For Laughs festival in Montreal. In 2001 Dave received his own hour-long stand-up comedy special for Comedy Now on CTV and The Comedy Network. In 2003 the National Film Board of Canada filmed a documentary on Toronto stand-up comics called The Next Big Thing which appeared on TV Ontario and The Biography Channel in The United States. Dave has also had numerous appearances on Laugh Attack on XM Satellite Radio and CBC/Sirius Satellite Radio. Most recently he made it to the Toronto finals of Last Comic Standing on NBC. Dave is a regular Yuk Yuk’s performer from the East to the West Coast.

Wes Zaharuk

One of the most requested comedians at clubs, casinos and major corporations throughout the world. A madcap romp through comic insanity. Using his off-beat sense of humour and wacky inventions he releases unbridled hilarity using props such as vacuums, whips and blowers. A veteran of nightclubs, concerts and corporate functions, Wes wows his audience with his crazy antics and comical crusades.

“Zaharuk is mad as a box of badgers” – Toronto Sun

Ronnie Edwards

Ronnie’s wonderful sense of coolness and style enables him to stride on stage in a confident manner really befitting his talent. Whether performing on home soil or the other side of the Atlantic, Ronnie’s streetwise humour enables him to bring a huge load of fun to wherever he goes. A cultural wonder, Ronnie’s particularly keen perceptions on those around him come from his Canadian/Jamaican upbringing, you can’t say that isn’t just a little unique.

David Green

Since moving to Niagara Falls in 2007, this Nottingham born comedian has established himself as a staple in the Canadian entertainment scene. He would prefer to be a paper clip.

An award winning writer with numerous TV and festival appearances under his belt, he now spends his time travelling the country spreading the joy like butter on crumpets.

Armed with quick wit and a dry British humour rumoured to be more refreshing than a moist towelette, his creative wordplay and silly stories always leave audiences wanting more.

Some call him brilliant, some call him odd, some don’t call him at all. The loss of his phone has proven to be somewhat problematic.

Since moving from Nottingham, England to Niagara Falls, British comedian David Green has established himself as a rising star in the Canadian entertainment industry. With numerous TV and festival appearances under his belt, the award-winning performer is a sought-after corporate entertainer and has worked for such companies as Bass Pro Shops, Home Depot, Hertz, Pathstone Mental Health, Niagara Ice Dogs and many more.

Headlining comedy clubs across Ontario, David has performed with Alonzo Bodden, Sean Cullen, K Trevor Wilson and Cash Cab’s Adam Growe. His comedy has been featured on Funny 820, College Humor, Rogers TV, YOUR TV and 610CKTB. His festival credits include the Brantford Comedy Festival, Garden City Comedy Festival and Saugeen Shores Comedy Festival.

A multi-talented performer, David is the host of the award-winning talk show, Live on Queen with David Green. He has written, starred and directed two short films and multiple music videos. As a writer, David is the recipient of the Culture Capital of Canada Literary Arts Award. He was also the recipient of the 2017 Emerging Artist Award at the 2017 St. Catharines Arts Awards.

Jameel Key

Jameel Key had a bad week, and hearing about it is about to make your night better. Buffalo Funniest Comic of 2018 at Helium Comedy Club, Jmel has featured for the likes Tommy Davidson and Big Jay Oakerson. He’s sharp, funny as hell, and pretty ok according to his wife , and always follows two truths with a lie.