Say Wha? Toronto Debut Sunday Night

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The very talented and loquacious Sara Bynoe takes her infectious literary/comedy show on the road from Vancouver to Toronto on this coming Sunday September 15th at the Comedy Bar on 945 Bloor Street West.

Sara is a proudly resplendent member of the Vancouver arts and literary communities and we’re proud to support and promote this event.

Who knows whether Vancouver will ever see her again after the inevitable success of this show?

Well, maybe we’ll see her again after the launch of her next book or the invention of some sort of collaborative literary performance event that takes her on the road.

Regardless, if you’re in the Big Smoke this Sunday night and you’re inclined toward attending fun events that feature smart performance and warm conviviality then this is the place for you.

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“The Say Wha?! series offers an important and perfectly Canadian contribution to the (Vancouver literary) scene: “Quit taking yourselves so seriously.” – Granville Mag

“Good fun, though one hopes never to be the subject of it.” … “Sara Bynoe was brash and funny and dropped a lot of F-bombs.” Geist Magazine

Have you ever read a poorly written novel and thought to yourself, who publishes this crap? Or come across a hilariously out of date self-help book in a thrift store? Perhaps you flipped through any celebrity penned book and suffered through their live story and work-out tips. Well, that’s what Say Wha?! is all about.

At Say Wha?! funny people share the worst books they can find. We read this so you don’t have to.

Say Wha?! has been running in Vancouver for three years and it’s finally making its Toronto debut!

Hosted by Sara Bynoe

Featuring: Diana Francs, Toby Berner, Ashley Botting and more TBA

Where: Comedy Bar, 945 Bloor Street West

When: Sunday, September 15, 7-8:30pm

Tickets: $10 available online comedybar.ca

RSVP at Facebook if you want to show all your friends just how cool you are.

 

Sean Cranbury is the Executive Editor of Books on the Radio. He's also Founder and Creative Director of the Real Vancouver Writers' Series. Sean is General Manager at the legendary Storm Crow Tavern and consults with literary arts organizations on digital communications strategies.

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