Danny Bhoy returns to Surrey for comedy show this fall

Just For Laughs presents the Oct. 28 date at Bell Performing Arts Centre

Comedian Danny Bhoy will be at Surrey's Bell Performing Arts Centre on Oct. 28

Globetrotting Scot Danny Bhoy will return to Surrey this fall for a show presented by the Just For Laughs comedy company.

His new “Commonwealth Comedian” show will be staged at Surrey’s Bell Performing Arts Centre on Friday, Oct. 28, as the final date on Bhoy’s Canadian tour.

Tickets are $45.50 each and went on sale Friday, May 13 via Ticketmaster.ca.

Bhoy’s funny mix of storytelling and razor-sharp wit has made him a Canadian favourite over the past several years.

He brings a lot of observational humour to the stage, including jokes about his time working as an underage busboy at his uncle’s hotel.

Every time I had a school vacation, I’d go up and work there collecting glasses,” he recalled in an interview with the Now in 2014, prior to a show at the Bell. “I used to gravitate around the bar area and listen to all the stories and jokes that these old alcoholics would come in and tell in the afternoon when they should’ve been working. I owe everything to the drinks industry.

See performance clip below:

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