Get your giggles on Sunday night

Tasty amateur stand-up will be hosted by Kirsten Van Ritzen at Moka House

In celebration of International No Diet Day, have a double helping of belly laughs.

Tasty amateur stand-up will be hosted by Kirsten Van Ritzen, featuring comics from her Level 2 comedy class: Derek Mohninger, Nancy Mergen, Romina Miranda, Pat Boyle, Joe Mols, Ciska Rockwell, Lenore Lemay, Stu Hoffman, Natalie North and Linda and Ken Kowalsky who will perform at the Moka House, 1633 Hillside Ave., May 6.

Van Ritzen is a critically acclaimed actor and comedienne, as well as a writer, director, and producer. She has worked for two decades in the entertainment industry, specializing in comedy, and has helped shape the skills of these new stand-up comedians.

The evening of high calorie comedy is presented by Broad Theatrics and contains adult humour. The laughs start at 8 p.m., tickets are $5 at the door.

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