Comedians Harris Anderson, Patrick Maliha in Chilliwack

Fraser Valley Comedy is once again offering up some free laughs in Chilliwack on March 24 and April 1.

Comedian Harris Anderson performs Friday

Fraser Valley Comedy is once again offering up some free laughs in Chilliwack on March 24 and April 1.

Harris Anderson will headline the March 24 event.

He performed on Just for Laughs Northwest. With a high energy style that combines mimicry, characterization, and vocal acrobatics, Anderson has been called one of Vancouver’s most exciting young comics to watch.

In the past year he has become a regular at Yuk Yuk’s and was included in the Comedy Mix’s Young Guns showcase.

Harris Anderson: Friday, March 24, 8 p.m. at Rosedale Roadhouse Bar & Grill (51277 Yale Rd.). Call 604-794-3389 for table reservations. Free event.

Patrick Maliha returns to Chilliwack on April 1.

Maliha is the world record holder for most impressions in one minute, beating out the previous record holder, Dana Carvey. His act has been described as Ray Romano meets a 21st Century Don Rickles.

A professional stand-up comedian and talented impressionist, Maliha has headlined and emceed various shows at a multitude of comedy clubs, festivals, and corporate events through out Canada and the U.S.

In 2008 and 2009 he was voted Favourite Vancouver Comedian in the prestigious Georgia Straight ‘Best Of’ Awards and has been featured on CBC radio, XM and Sirius satellite radio’s various comedy programs. His one-hour Comedy Now special aired in the fall of 2011 on both CTV and The Comedy Network.

Patrick Maliha: Saturday, April 1, 8 p.m. at Characters Pub (8559 Young Rd.) – festival style seating. Come early to secure your favourite seats (no reservations). Free event.

 

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