AASTHA LAL: DON'T DIE OF CONSTIPATION: A COMEDY SHOW ABOUT LETTING GO - LIVE AT THE FLYING BEAVER PUBARET!
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12 - 7pm
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13 - 9pm
DON'T DIE OF CONSTIPATION: A COMEDY SHOW ABOUT LETTING GO
STARRING COMEDIAN AASTHA LAL
Tix: $10advance/$15 door
Available at the Pubaret or online at
Dinner available before, during, and after the show.
Dinner patrons get priority seating.
For dinner rezzos e-mail Heather@pubaret.com or call 647.347.6567
Fears are the constipation of the soul. As humans, we hold on to so many of them. Men fear commitment. Women fear getting their period on vacation. Old people fear Twitter. We all fear something. But what if we took a moment to look at our fears and decided to not be afraid anymore?
The topic of the night is letting go - otherwise known as relieving the proverbial constipation of our lives. Join Aastha as she takes you on a comedic journey through the realm of letting go and ultimately setting sail towards unbridled potential. Aastha won't be able to get your boyfriend to commit, or coordinate your menstrual cycle, but she WILL help your mom learn how to tweet.
Get ready for a comedy show like no other. Don't miss it!
ABOUT AASTHA LAL
Born and raised in Queens, New York, Aastha Lal is a stand-up comic/writer/actor. Growing up as the "class clown" made transitioning to a professional clown very easy for this talented comedian. Aastha has been known for performing all over North America, and for bringing her audiences to tears from laughing at her sitcom-esque life experiences and hilarious impressions.
Aastha is trained in Television Acting under the guidance of the iconic Jennifer Gibson, as well as Improvisational Acting, Stand-Up Comedy and Comedy Writing from the world-renowned Second City. She has also performed in her hometown at New York City's famous 'Comic Strip Live'. In her spare time, Aastha enjoys yoga, cycling and googling pictures of Asian babies dressed like pandas.
The Flying Beaver Pubaret (View)
488 Parliament Street
Toronto, ON M4X 1P3
|Minimum Age: 19
|Kid Friendly: No
|Dog Friendly: No