Graham Clark performs for 24 consecutive hours of stand-up comedy to raise money for Little Mountain Gallery Comedy Community Centre.
Three-time Canadian Comedy Award winner, beard painter, and beloved Vancouver comedian Graham Clark is set to perform 24 consecutive hours of stand-up from Friday, December 17 at 8:00pm to Saturday, December 18 at 8:00pm at Little Mountain Gallery (195 E. 26th Avenue).
Audience members will have to present their vaccine passport along with a government-issued photo ID upon arrival. Masks are also mandatory.
With the impending closure and demolition of Little Mountain Gallery, which has been home to Vancouver’s many DIY comedy shows and a safe space for budding young comedians, Graham’s 24-hour stand-up feat aims to raise money for a new location for the venue.
The veteran comedian is ready to launch into this marathon set (with only a few bathroom breaks!) with inspiration from his talented team of comedians as they feverishly write jokes for him to read, riff, and rate.
“Little Mountain Gallery’s closure is a big loss for the comedy scene in Vancouver,” says Clark. “We’ve had two full-time comedy clubs close and another long-time comedy hangout, The Kino, also shuttered.
Our comedy community needs a place to really be able to experiment and build new audiences. I will try to keep this in mind when I’m at hour twenty.”
We’ll be live-streaming the show but are also selling tickets to the performance in chunks of 1&1/2 hours.
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