Absolute Comedy hosts Mike Dambra and Craig Fay this weekend
- Ottawa Travel Guide
- Wednesday, 16 January 2013 08:19
Those who planon travelling to Ottawa sometime this week are certainly in for a treat - and tons of laughs. According to the Ottawa Citizen, there are a few places to check out amazing comedy shows, and one of themis Absolute Comedy. This week, visitors may want to snatch up tickets to enjoy a night full of laughs with MikeDambraand Pierre Brault at Absolute Comedy, which is locatedat 412 Preston Street in Ottawa.
Dambra is known for being a bit of a wise guy, and after 25 years in the business, he certainly has perfected his performance on stage. Dambra is known for his ability to adapt and havefun with the audience, even if it is at some people's expense. His brutal truths and stubborn views are likely to keep the audience laughing all night long. Dambrahasbeen a staple in the comedy world for some time now - in both the U.S. and Canada. He has toured with many famous acts including Rosie O'Donnell, Adam Sandler, Chris Rock and Howie Mandel. He has also opened for Michael Bolton, Joan Jett and Leon Redbone.
Just as Dambra is good at interacting with the audience, Braultis good with bringing international perspectives no matter where in the worldhe is. Brault has been all over the globe, working clubs in every placefrom St. Johns to Dublin and, as a result, he certainly knows how to put on a good show. He will havethe audience in stitches as he points out things people often miss while also introducing the crowd toa whole new perspective.
Those who are looking for a dinner and a show can also enjoy these comedians while feasting on delicious food. Absolute Comedy offers a dinner and show package that is available Wednesday through Sunday. There is either a buffet to enjoy, which includes lasagna, chicken primavera, roast beef au jus, two salads, tea and coffee, or a few items to order off themenu. On themenu, they offer dishes such as chicken alfredo fettuccini and spaghetti and meatballs.There is also a sandwich menu for people toenjoy, whether they are going to the early or late show.
Travellers who just want to stop in, enjoy some local talent and check out Open Mic Mondays, can swing by at8:30 p.m.