MARCH 1-12, 2017#TOsketchfest17


Support the Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival:

Get the Royal Treatment at TOsketchfest17

As a not-for-profit, charitable organization, the Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival works with the support of government partners, sponsors and donors like you to make Toronto a funnier place to be.

When you purchase tickets to any TOsketchfest event at The Theatre Centre, select the Royal Treatment option.  This $100 ticket includes admission to your preferred show with reserved seating, a pre-show snack (your choice of oysters, chocolate or charcuterie!), a post-show toast with the cast and a $75 charitable tax receipt.

It’s a fun way to support TOsketchfest, and a definite win/win situation!

To make your donation through our Royal Treatment program, start by selecting a show through our online ticketing portal:

Buy Tickets



What does my donation do?

Your donation will create a world in which sketch comedy is the most important thing in Toronto for two weeks every March. Where we can forget our fears and worries and simply laugh together. Where comedy is rightfully celebrated as our nation’s best natural resource, and where Toronto’s comedy community is treated like the hilarious royalty they are.

Your gift will:

  • Make the Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival happen!
  • Keep our ticket prices affordable so everyone can enjoy the hilarity!
  • Provide opportunities for troupes to showcase their work!
  • Provide learning and networking opportunities for comedians who are early in their comedy careers!

Are there other ways to make a donation?

Click the “Donate” button below or download our donation form and mail with your gift to:

Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival
19 Argyle Crescent, Picton ON K0K 2T0

Charitable registration number: 824216808 RR0001


Thank you to our 2016/17 Season Donors:

Michelle Adelman, Rebecca Barrett, Ellen Bayley, Amanda Bell, Paul Bradshaw, Neil Burke, Adam Busscher, Allan Esser, Peter Hill, Mathew Hamilton, Robert Knox, Margo Langford, Chris Leveille, Tom Lowden, Peter McHugh, Megan MacKeigan, Bryan MacLeod, Gord Naunton, Damien Nelson, Anand Rajaram, Allana Reoch, Cathy Rivard, Paul and Julianne Snepsts, David Weaver