Katie-Ellen Humphries will be among the comedians featured at I Am Woman! Hear Me Laff! in Surrey March 9.

Standing up for laughs

Comedy night at Surrey Arts Centre March 9 features four female comedians.

Four female stand-up comedians come to Surrey Arts Centre next week for I Am Woman! Hear Me Laff!

Tanyalee Davis, Katie-Ellen Humphries, Christine Lippa and Lisa Person are the attractions for an evening of guaranteed laughs for all – with a warning of “adult” material.

MC Lippa is a 20-year veteran of acting, stand-up comedy and writing – when not doing sets on stage, she’s busy developing feature-film projects.

Deceptively quiet opening comic Person has a finely honed sense of the ridiculous, as her quirky takes on dating, sexuality and aging, featured in the Comedy Shocker and Comics On The Run shows have demonstrated.

Featured comic Humphries has been described as having “a sensibility that falls somewhere between the library and the locker room,” while headliner Davis has been described as “a powerhouse in the comedy world, despite her 3-ft., 6-inch stature.”

The two-hour show takes place Wednesday, March 9 at 8 p.m. The arts centre is located at 13750 88 Ave. Tickets ($25-$40) are available by calling 604-501-5566 or online at tickets.surrey.ca

 

 

 

Just Posted

City of Surrey says pension benefits ‘guaranteed’ for police recruits

A National Police Federation representative says it may not be enough incentive

Surrey-area teens will have a ball at Christmas, thanks to collection effort

Realty company’s Bring on the Balls campaign now in its third year

Surrey groups receive funding for training support for people 55-plus

PICS getting $728K to help 120 people over two years

City ready for ride-hailing, says Delta mayor

The city has set up business licence fees for ride-hailing on par with what taxis in Delta pay

South Surrey mom adds festive touch to late son’s Spirit Garden tree

Christmas twinkle adds ‘a little bit of joy at a difficult time’

MAP: Christmas light displays in Surrey and beyond

Send us pictures of your National Lampoon-style lit-up homes, nativity scenes or North Pole playlands

Man pleads guilty to second-degree murder in 2017 Stanley Park stabbing

Lubomir Kunik was found by a man out walking his dog on the beach late on Feb. 1, 2017

Vancouver homeless camp brings community, safety, home, says resident

Encampment in the city’s Downtown Eastside is one of many that have sprung up in B.C.

Mayor wants B.C. to institutionalize severely mental ill people who are homeless

Those suffering from mental health conditions, such as schizophrenia, need specialized care, mayor says

Five things of note from Trudeau’s mandate letters to his ministers

Some marching orders come from the Liberal Party’s campaign, while others are new additions

Scheer’s resignation tips party into internal war over school tuition payments

The Conservatives have a Toronto convention already scheduled for April

Aid a priority for idled Vancouver Island loggers, John Horgan says

Steelworkers, Western Forest Products returning to mediation

Navigating ‘fever phobia’: B.C. doctor gives tips on when a sick kid should get to the ER

Any temperature above 38 C is considered a fever, but not all cases warrant a trip to the hospital

Most Read