We Still Need to Laugh—So Blind Tiger Comedy is Launching an Online Comedy School

Just because we’re all practicing social distancing, doesn’t mean we’ve lost our sense of humour. No one knows this better than Blind Tiger—the comedy school, which has halted its in-person improv and sketch classes for the foreseeable future, has just announced a full online roster of courses for the comedically inclined shut-in.

The Blind Tiger Digital Comedy School will feature a new lineup of specially developed classes from the BT faculty (which is made up of comedians from Hip.Bang!, the Sunday Service and other prestigious, hilarious local acts), designed to explore the possibilities and potential of an online format. If you’ve got an internet connection, you can try your hand at sketch comedy, comic-making or vocal improv, study up with Ryan Biel’s new video podcast, or join online shows and digital parties every Friday. 

Tonight, the school kicks off with an Ask Us Anything chat to grill the faculty and founders, and Beta Week starts tomorrow with a suite of free mini-classes, and the full semester kicks off Monday, March 23. Registration for all courses opens Wednesday, March 18 at noon via blindtigercomedy.ca/classes