Wednesday, October 26, 2011


Unquestionably rated among the top Caribbean show in Montreal, the West Indian Rhythm’s Annual Caribbean Comedy Show is an engaging and entertaining event as they celebrate 15 years with comedic acts with provocative parodies and thunderous laughter
all inside The Westmount High School located at 4350 St-Catherine Street, West, Westmount, Quebec this Sunday October 30th, 2011.

This event will feature Grenada’s most popular MC and comedian, two times winner of the stand-up comedy segment of the Grenada Arts Festival, the hilarious: Fatman George along with Susan Kennedy from Trinidad, who has established an enviable reputation with her spontaneity and exciting stage presence, Errol Fabien, Rhoma Spencer and New-York’s own Mc Wassy “Just Passin Through” will host the highly anticipated show. In addition to the comedians expansive repertoire of jokes, impersonations and dance moves; they also boasts an amazing capacity to adapt their content to suit the sensibilities of a wide range of audiences.

Opening acts will also include: Pat Dillon, Pete Douglas, George Fennel, Moses, Rema the Hairdresser and special guest: Adoubeh “The African”.
Limited advance $30 tickets are still available at The Caribbean Curry House, Ghost, Doreen’s, Triple AAA and Princessa Beauty Products in Lasalle. Doors open at 5pm and showtime will be at 6pm sharp. Listen to West Indian Rhythms this Saturday from 4pm to 7pm on CKUT 90.3FM ( with Howard “Stretch” Carr for additional information or visit

The Annual Caribbean Comedy Show - something to get up and laugh about!

In celebration of their 30th year, the Caribbean Curry House is giving back to the community as they will be giving away one hundred $15 tickets, listen to the Caribbean Callaloo Saturday from 2-4pm on 1690AM and West Indian Rhythms Saturdays from 4-7pm on CKUT 90.3FM to win tickets!

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