While the hit Broadway musical Come From Away put the hospitality of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians on the map, our distinctive dialect and our unique turn of phrase usage has long made us stand out in any crowd.
When the Toronto Maple Leafs headed to the island last month for their
Comedian Tina Randell hits the road, taking her chain-smokin’ foolishness up-along to Alberta, perfect for what ails home-sick Newfoundlanders who’d love to ‘be drove’ as much as the rest of us
The Port Rexton-born comedian is drove. “Enough to smack da mouth of ya,” Tina Randell opens
NL’s rising Comedian tells The Herald her favourite comedies
One of the fastest rising comics living and working in Newfoundland and Labrador today, Vicky Mullaley has quickly become must-see viewing thanks to her relatable stand up and series of viral social media videos and posts.
From songs and satires
Comedy troupe Halfhandsome celebrate Newfoundland with an edge with the third installment of their daring sketch comedy production Almost Baymous
We’ve delved deep into the secret stuff of Newfoundland comedy a fair bit in the annals of The Newfoundland Herald. To use a popular phrase, it’s been ‘beat to det!’