Mar 27, 2023
Comic Vision ‘Cocktail Edition’ Happening In Toronto!
Comic Vision is Fighting Blindness Canada’s signature comedy show in support of vision research and has been bringing people together since 1999, spreading hope and awareness by using humour. With the support of the generous community, a game-changing $10 million has been raised towards sight-saving vision research.
We’re excited to share that Comic Vision is back in Toronto this spring with a new Cocktail Edition!
Join us on Thursday, May 11th at The Concert Hall (formerly The Masonic Temple) for a stylish evening of live comedy, cocktails, savoury food, and great company.
The evening will be filled with laughs, great food, cocktails, mingling, and more. A perfect night out for family, friends, and colleagues.
Date: May 11th 6 p.m. EDT
Location: The Concert Hall
Address: 888 Yonge St. Toronto, ON
Doors open at 6 p.m. Show starts at 7 p.m.
Ticket sales go towards Fighting Blindness Canada, bringing hope to 1.2 million Canadians living with vision loss and an estimated 8 million living with a blinding eye disease.
MEET THE HOST
Our host, comedian, and writer, Greg Eckler was a staff writer at The Rick Mercer Report for the show’s entire 15-year run, and most recently worked on the CBC’s Countdown to 2023 and the Just for Laughs Tour. As a comedian, he has appeared on every broadcast network in Canada. He will be joined with a stellar lineup of hilarious Canadian talent.
A variety of tickets options are available. Create a night for you and your guests by choosing one of our Comedy Packages, like our Premium package that includes reserved seating, table service and more.
Share the hope and the laughs with family, friends, clients, and colleagues by purchasing your table or tickets today!
Your support, by purchasing a table at a Comic Vision, is contributing to a brighter future for Canadians impacted by vision loss.
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