Steve McGowan, Nic Enright-Morin take the mic for Fraser Valley Comedy nights in Chilliwack

Comedian McGowan has opened for Pauly Shore and worked with Dave Foley

Fraser Valley Comedy is bringing two nights of laughs to Chilliwack this month.

First, on Sept. 21 headliner Steve McGowan will be at Corky’s Pub.

McGowan was an opening act for Pauly Shore at the Vogue Theatre during the Vancouver Comedy Fest. From there he has toured around Canada, performed in Vegas, and took part in the Northwest Comedy Fest working with comedic names such as Dave Foley, Brian Posehn, and Rory Scovel. McGowan has also opened for Steve Hytner, Tony Rock, and Police Academy’s Michael Winslow as well as Chappelle’s Show’s Donell Rawlings. He was also a finalist in the People’s Champ Comedy Competition in 2014 and has been seen on the Slice Network and Global TV.

The night will also feature Ryan Lachance.

Lachance is a pro comedian living with quad-spastic cerebral palsy, who has rocked stages across Canada for two decades, and has performed alongside some of the biggest names in comedy. A hilarious storyteller and seasoned performer, Lachance incorporates notes from his unique perspective as a quadriplegic comic who can’t stand up, who “does” stand-up; along with intensely personal anecdotes from his family life and the challenges he faces, and masterfully spins them into highly entertaining and memorable performances. A regular at the Comedy Mix, Yuk Yuks and Lafflines, Lachance has established himself as a staple of the Vancouver Comedy Scene, and has toured throughout western Canada. Lachance will be making his Vancouver Fringe Festival Debut in this month.

Sept. 21 performances also include special guest: Helena Paul & Aaron Arya, Keller Reeves, Denis Dos Santos, Ray Morrison, Robert Martirosian, Nina Wilder and hosted by Yo Trieu.

Saturday, Sept. 21, 8 p.m. at Corky’s Irish Pub. Admission $10. For reservations call 604-795-2331 or visit Corky’s Irish Pub.

Then next up is Jest Ladies Comedy on Friday, Sept. 27 featuring all ranges of female comics from Vancouver to the Fraser Valley and always hosted by Nic Enright-Morin.

Enright-Morin is a freelance writer, editor and comic with 20 years writing experience and a talent for writing in a witty, down-to-earth style. During her career, she has written for magazines, newspapers and websites worldwide on every topic under the sun.

She is also a stand up comedian and founding member of the Vancouver comedy production house, Amusings Comedy and she performs comedy all over BC, as well as in the UK.

Enright-Morin also wrote and produced the interactive comedy play “Aunt Biddy’s Wake” and is a stand-up comedy instructor at Laughter Zone 101.

Other comics that night include: Ericka Young, Kalyn Miles, Sophia Johnson, Gina Harms, Rachel Schaefer, Erin Jeffery, Joanne Burke, Danika Thibault and Claire Marie.

Friday, Sept. 27 at 8 p.m. at Chances Chilliwack. Free event. Festival style seating, please come early to secure your favourite seat.

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