Archive of posts tagged "comedy"

The Roast of Terry David Mulligan

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Federico’s Supper Club on Commercial is presenting a celebrity comedy roast dinner where local comedians, lead by Patrick Maliha, will celebrate Terry David Mulligan with sharp humour — all in support of the Vancouver Food Bank. Photo credit: jmv on Flickr Where Federico’s Supper Club (1728 Commercial Drive) When March 23, 2012 from 7:00pm Tickets […]

Vancouver ComedyFest 2012: Betty White, Carol Burnett, Margaret Cho

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Vancouver ComedyFest begins this week as some heavy-hitting comedy legends and newcomers grace stages from the Orpheum to the Rio. The 10-day festival will feature the likes of Doug Benson, Jeremy Hotz, Charlie Demers, David Cross, Todd Glass, and many more. Tickets and downtown hotel packages are still available for many of the performances. I […]

Vancouver ComedyFest 2012

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Tickets go on sale for Vancouver ComedyFest 2012 this week for live shows including Margaret Cho, David Hasselhoff, Carol Burnett, Jeremy Hotz, and the incomparable Betty White. What Vancouver ComedyFest 2012 When February 16-26, 2012 Where Venues include The Centre, The Orpheum, The Vogue, Lafflines, and ComedyMIX Tickets On sale this Friday, October 21 at […]

Dinner and Comedy at Federico’s

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Patrick Maliha is becoming the Patron Saint of Comedy in Vancouver. An award-winning on-air host, columnist and comedian, Patrick created the annual “People’s Champ of Comedy” comic search, hosted benefit showcases for charitable causes, and is one of the city’s biggest promoters of amateur and professional comedy. His latest event is the return of the […]

The Hangover Part II, Win Vancouver Premiere Passes

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The original Hangover movie in 2009 introduced many catch phrases into pop culture, anything from being a ‘one man wolfpack’ to well, a bunch of other things that would bump up my blog’s “G” rating. The modern comedy for men, that women still get a crack out of, is returning to the big screen with […]

An Evening with Samantha Bee

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Théâtre la Seizième presents An Evening with Samantha Bee at the Vancouver Playhouse June 4, 2011. The most senior correspondent on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Bee is referred to as “the funniest Canadian woman currently on American television”. I had the chance to meet Samantha Bee in 2008 when I was on CBC’s […]