Kathleen Mcgee’s unapologetic and dark sense of humour has won her a cult following. She performs at Fraser Valley Comedy’s Jest Ladies Night on Feb. 3.

Kathleen Mcgee’s unapologetic and dark sense of humour has won her a cult following. She performs at Fraser Valley Comedy’s Jest Ladies Night on Feb. 3.

Kathleen Mcgee kicks off February lineup of comedy in Chilliwack

Fraser Valley Comedy has three events lined up for February in Chilliwack: Kathleen Mcgee, Byron Bertram, and Carl Turnbull.

Fraser Valley Comedy has three events lined up for February.

First, it’s Jest Ladies night on Feb. 3 featuring Kathleen Mcgee.

She is the girl your parents warned you about. Mcgee will make you laugh and blush all at the same time. She’s often labeled as dirty but she prefers honest. The darkest thoughts you’ve had Mcgee says them out loud.

Mcgee has been seen on the Just for Laughs Nasty Girls Show, JFL Northwest Nasty Show, Winnipeg Comedy Festival, CBC’s Debaters. She can be heard regularly on SiriusXM and on her popular new podcast Kathleen McGee is a Hot Mess. She has worked with some of the biggest names in Comedy today including Russell Peters, Ari Shaffir, Doug Stanhope & Hannibal Buress.

Her unapologetic and dark sense of humour has won her a cult following. Don’t miss what everyone has been talking about.

Kathleen Mcgee: Friday, Feb. 3, 8 p.m. at Rosedale Roadhouse Bar and Grill (51277 Yale Road E.). This event is $10 cover at the door. Call 604-794-3389 for table reservations.

Next, it’s Byron Bertram (left) on Feb. 17.

Like bird flu on an international flight, Bertram’s comedy travels well. His innate talent for voices and accents mixed with a uniquely confident vulnerability have taken him across the world and established him internationally as one of the Top Canadian Comics working today.

He has worked on stage with the likes of Zach Galifianakis, Flight of the Concords, and Eddie Izzard, received rave reviews for his one man show “Guilt Ridden Sociopath” and can be seen on ABC’s Once Upon a Time, CBC’s Romeo Section, Tim Burton’s Big Eyes, and heard regularly on XM Sirus Radio, and his weekly comedy based political, current events podcast “The Dry Shave Show”

Byron Bertram: Friday, Feb. 17, 8 p.m. at Characters Pub (8559 Young Rd.). Free event. Call 604-792-1782 for table reservations.

And on Feb. 24, Carl Turnbull will be the event headliner.

Turnbull is one of the funniest young comics on the Vancouver comedy scene. He has a real dark and dirty style that has slain audiences all across our fair province and both sides of the border.

Also joining the lineup will be Morris Bartlett, David Granirer, Andreas Paller, Nic Enright-Morin, and Matthew James.

Carl Turnbull (below): Friday, Feb. 24, 8 p.m. at Rosedale Roadhouse Bar and Grill (51277 Yale Road E.). Free event. Call 604-794-3389 for table reservations.