‘Laughology’ Strikes Ontario, With Hilarious, Bizarre and Comical Events

LaughologyCoverdisinformation‘s breakthrough “new laughter” film Laughology launches in Ontario, Canada this week with a series of events and screenings featuring demonstrations of laughter techniques, laughter contests and a laugh-in.

On Monday, Nov. 22nd, Laughology director and professional laughologist Albert Nerenberg speaks in downtown Toronto and about the repression of female laughter:

The Power of Female Laughter takes place Monday evening at 5:30 at the Duke of Westminster Pub at First Canadian Place, 77 Adelaide Street West and is being put on by the Toronto Chapter of 85 Broads. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door.

Contact: 85BroadsTO@gmail.com

On Wednesday, Nov. 23rd, Laughology launches in the town of Collingwood, Ontario, with a new laughter demonstration and a feature screening. More info here:


Finally, on Friday November 26th, a mass laugh-in precedes a screening of Laughology at the Revue Cinema in Toronto. Nerenberg will demonstrate new contagious laughter triggers, while there will be a short laughter competition before the show. Prizes to be won.

Laughology recently inspired the Montreal Laughing Championships, the first ever televised laughing competition.

Tickets are going fast in all events so act soon.


Trailer for Laughology:


The Laughologist on As It Happens:


More info here: Is Albert Nerenberg beginning a laughter revolution?

More events to come.

Laughology the DVD is available at video stores everywhere, at the disinfo store and on Amazon.com and Amazon.ca. To organize your own “new laughter” Laughology screening write hey@laughology.info.

Laughology was called “screamingly funny” (National Post) and “a hidden gem” Leonard Maltin. Laughology is the first feature documentary about laughter and makes the case that positive emotion can be cultured for fun and health even if you aren’t a very fun of positive person.


  • Roger

    Muaha ha ha ha ha ha!

  • Roger

    Muaha ha ha ha ha ha!

  • Haystack

    Laughing was okay until it went mainstream. I’m into sneering now.

  • Haystack

    Laughing was okay until it went mainstream. I’m into sneering now.