Ultimate Comedy Show 2 is back at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre Jan. 26. The show sold out and was a huge hit last year  and is hosted again by the brilliantly funny Roman Danylo.

Ultimate Comedy Show 2 is back at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre Jan. 26. The show sold out and was a huge hit last year and is hosted again by the brilliantly funny Roman Danylo.

Wise-cracking fun with Roman Danylo in Chilliwack

The Ultimate Comedy Show 2 Saturday, January 26 in Chilliwack is hosted again by the brilliantly funny Roman Danylo.

Side-splitting comedy returns to the Cultural Centre when The Ultimate Comedy Show 2 hits Chilliwack with a wisecracking, fun-filled show on Saturday, January 26.

The show last year sold out and was a huge hit and is hosted again by the brilliantly funny Roman Danylo. An evening packed with gut busting improv, hysterical sketch comedy and wildly entertaining standup routines that are gunna knock your socks off! Don’t miss out on this fantastic comedy show that is sure to sell out quickly. Call 604-392-SHOW(7469) and reserve you seat today!

“It’s more than a show;” Roman assures us “it’s a euphoric interactive entertainment experience. If this show isn’t the most amazing thing you’ve ever seen, then you watched it incorrectly.”

Nothing is off limits. There is a little something for everyone as this crazy bunch of comedians tackle a wide range of topics and just plain have a blast up on stage.

Keep in mind, it’s adult material and situations, which may not be appropriate for all audiences.

Danylo, living up to his award-winning reputation, with two Gemini nominations, a Leo award and appearances on Corner Gas, Comedy Now, Just for Laughs and Made in Canada, puts on a show that is sure to chase away those wintertime blues,

He brings together some of Canada’s top gut busters for a one-night hysterical mishmash of comedy, an evening of roaring laughter.

Featuring some of the best comedy acts in the world, Roman brings with him the comedy of Titmouse, Urban Improv, comedy rock music by Mirage and stand-up comedian Paul Bae for this spectacular show.

The Ultimate Comedy Show 2 has a little something for almost everyone – it’s a thrilling interactive entertainment experience! Relying on their razor-sharp wit and lightning-fast reflexes and using audience suggestions to fuel scenes, the show concludes with all the acts participating in an epic Urban Improv jam.

A cutting edge style of improv called “The Harold,” fine-tuned by Urban Improv in Kitsilano over the past 13 years, and made famous in the clubs and theatres of New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles is performed as the cast reveals their unique style. Get ready to throw your suggestion out and buckle up for a fast paced, completely spontaneous finale as these guys let loose in an improv extravaganza.

Band member, David Milchard, performs at the Vancouver TheatreSport League and was a member of The Second City. He has performed at a multitude of Comedy/Improv festivals including BumberShoot, Orlando, Seattle, Chicago and Toronto events. Ken Lawson, a long time cast member of the Vancouver TheatreSports League, has toured with The Second City and has performed at improv comedy festivals all over North America. He has been a professional musician for most of his life and is currently a member of the heavy metal comedy band, The Knights of The Night. Together these two hilarious performers make up Mirage.

The Ultimate Comedy Show 2, Jan. 26, at 7:30. tickets at the box office or call 604-391-SHOW(7469).

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