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Some of Vancouver’s best comedic talent bands together this Friday Nov. 22 to celebrate Canada’s longest-running comedy interview show. Graham Clark, Charlie Demers, Shirley Gnome, Ivan Decker, Erica Sigurdson and Dino Archie will all perform at the fundraiser for Co-op Radio 100.5 FM, home to What’s So Funny?, a comedy interview show now in its ninth year.
Hosted by Vancouver comedy writer (as in, he writes about comedy, though he doesn’t necessarily write jokes) Guy MacPherson, What’s So Funny? features weekly interviews with some of the best funny people in the business of being funny.
Two things Vancouver excels at come together Nov. 6 when improv comedy meets video games.
In Minus World Improv, Vancouver’s Fictionals Comedy Co. engage in some video-game themed improv. The show includes live gaming tournaments on the big screen and more.
The Vancouver Comedy Festival is getting a makeover. Now branded as the Northwest Comedy Fest, the annual event has a new name, a new website, and a new time of year – February (13-22, 2014). Thursday night at Vancouver FanClub (1050 Granville St.), organizers threw a party with comedian Maria Bamford to announce some of the talent coming to Vancouver for the festival.
Venus in Fur, Leopold von Sacher-Masoch’s lusty 1870 novel Venus in Furs, has inspired a song, two movies and a Broadway play. Now, that sexually charged play – a runaway hit on Broadway last year – is coming to Vancouver.