Canvas Laugh Club is the comedy company you've definitely heard about. It hosts some of the best names in comedy and is known to produce shows, generate content, discover new talent and spread the art of comedy. Canvas Laugh Club has an intimate setting for you to enjoy every punch of the stand-up act. It is called the official destination for laughter and coincidentally the 'unofficial' destination as well. Let's check what they have in store for you:
Experience the best and funniest comedians, at a hilarious stand-up show in the country.
This global phenomenon has become a brand name in India since its debut in 2003. This powerful play is an unusual blend of outrageous comedy and heartbreaking drama.
Before the whole world, or a part of it, starts the celebration of his 200th birth anniversary, Karl Marx lands in Kalbadevi. He is waiting endlessly for a chance to speak his mind but in the city of Mumbai, no one has the time or inclination to listen to a lecture on economics, politics, and philosophy. Check out what we thought of Karl Marx here.
The play is an extremely funny account of the 19th-century poet Mirza Ghalib's re-birth in the 21st century India – from his birth at a bus stop, to his stay in a servant quarter with a university student from Patna, to dealing with the Punjaban landlady, to becoming a Page 3 personality.
The story takes you on a journey of three little pigs who set off to find materials to build their homes. One of them works hard to build his house with bricks while remaining are lazy. They build their houses with straws and suffer a great tragedy.
A highly entertaining comedy from the writer of Piya Behrupiya and dialogue writer of the movie Hindi Medium comes a compilation of blind dates under the influence of alcohol, which go from subtle to a hellish roller coaster ride.
Watch Aakash Gupta perform live and make you laugh off your seats.
Experience the best and funniest comedians at a hilarious stand-up show in the country.
Anirban Dasgupta's second stand-up special 'Take It Easy' is a show about jokes on love and hate in the internet era and why these intense emotions need to be told to take it easy.
If you think no one is observing you, you are sadly mistaken. Look for Jaspreet; if he is there, he definitely is. He is not scared of cracking jokes on anyone (wonder why he never writes about his girlfriend). Check out our review of this special too.