Check out The Comic Strippers at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on Feb. 8,

Check out The Comic Strippers at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on Feb. 8,

Semi-dressed, completely unscripted and extremely hilarious!

They’re Back! Semi-dressed and completely unscripted, this male stripper parody and improv comedy show returns.

WARNING! No extreme nudity, just extreme hilarity!

There’s no night with a bunch shirtless guys quite like comedian Roman Danylo’s The Comic Strippers! Oiled up and ready to make you laugh, these comedians take off their shirts and take on audience suggestions to create a whole new genre of comedy.

The Canadian Comedy Award-winning improv comedians return to the Chilliwack Cultural Centre with a new show, more moves, and even quicker wits on Feb. 8. Come and witness this fictitious male stripper troupe, played by a cast of some of Canada’s best improvisational comedians, as they performs sexylarious improv comedy that will have you howling with laughter. The men try to be sexy, but it just comes out funny. Semi undressed and completely unscripted the comedians constantly groove and gyrate in between scenes as they banter with the crowd and perform their hilarious twist on improv sketches.

They sing, they “dance.”

Come and see the explosion of ridiculousness that has been selling out theatres all over Canada and the US! From their hilarious on-stage antics and incredible improv abilities to their penchant for including plenty of audience participation, The Comic Strippers pull out all the stops to a create a +19 comedy experience that’s explosive entertaining, and about as un-erotic as you could imagine!

A show for all genders, this fake-male stripper troop will be gyrating their way through the Chilliwack Cultural Centre once again on Feb. 8, 2020. Don’t miss your chance to join in the hysterically funny night of comedy, as The Comic Strippers give you a show you’ll never forget.

Warning: 19+ only event, with adult material and situations; may not be appropriate for all audiences.

Generously sponsored by Aromatic Fine Teas, The Chilliwack Progress, the British Columbia Touring Council, the BC Touring Council, the City of Chilliwack, the Province of British Columbia and the Department of Canadian Heritage, the Comic Strippers are at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on Feb. 8, at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $39 and can be purchased at the Centre Box Office, online at www.chilliwackculturalcentre.ca, or by calling 604-391-SHOW(7469).

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