“Kimmett is able to take you from tears to bladder busting laughter faster than the speed of light. Poignant and sensitive, personal and generic at the same time. However, it is Deborah’s impeccable timing and delivery that truly sets this show apart. This is way more than stand up (even though it is stand up at it’s very best) because it doesn’t conform to the limits of one genre. If you can see this performance you should!”  ( Len Whalen)

7 p.m: The Social Capitol- 2nd Floor- 154 Danforth Avenue. Toronto.

$22 for a limited time — on this site!! If you are an Arts Worker, please email me at for special discount!

$25 at the door!

Please note!! ( This is a ticketless event and your name will be at the door. When buying leave shipping part empty as there are no tickets to mail to you! Just bring your receipt on your phone!)

Some initial reviews:

“My face ached from laughing so much. YOU were fantastic!!. The material, the writing, the energy, the physicality.” Bella Grundy

‘You made us laugh and cry.” Scott White. Musician

“Thank you thank you thank you for being a vocal advocate of LGBTQ +community. As a queer person, it was so refreshing to feel seen. All the best as you move forward with this record—we love your work”. Brandan White: ( creator)

“Go see this show, Deb is one of the funniest women in the business.”@ Nanci Miranda!! ( brilliant artist)

“Still laughing at the “we will fuck you up line.’ Michael Miranda

“From the opening moments Deborah Kimmett we laughed and laughed, and listened. You, made me and a a 26-yr-old erupt with laughter at the same time over and over, clutching each other! It’s such nuanced writing, questioning the big things, and the everyday and wondering whether they’re the same damn thing. Sassy and memorable! Whoo-hew!” Julia Bennett


BIO: Very few comedians – much fewer female comedians past 60 have a platform in Canadian media. Her last comedy album Downward Facing Broad aired on CBC Radio to great response and began to tour before the world was shut down. As COVID-19 raged on, the Downward Facing Broad comedy album became number 5 on iTunes! After 17 years on CBC’s radio show The Debaters, Kimmett has an impressive following with CBC audiences.

She is a regular on CBC’s Winnipeg Comedy Festival, LOL and is an accomplished author of four books, Reality is Overrated and That Which Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Funnier, and Out Running Crazy. Deb’s new book Window-shopping for God will be published late fall 2022. She was nominated twice for the National Magazine Award for Humour. As well, she has been shortlisted for the Governor-General Award for her play Miracle Mother in 1984. She has written 52 episodes of TV on Steve Smith’s Go Girl. Her lead in the movie, Keep Coming Back debuted at the Palm Springs Film Festival, and Whistler Film Festival garnered a best actress nomination for ACTRA. She has appeared on Canadian gems like Frankie Drake, Tall Boyz, and Gayle Pyle.