The Brett Martin Show returns to Yuk Yuks Vancouver on Friday, October 25 at 10:30 pm! We’re excited to be part of the action with The Improv Corner!
The Brett Martin Show is a late night talk show hosted by Brett Martin and sidekick Sam Tonning! There will be a monologue filled with jokes, special guests, crowd segments, Jake Reid aka The World’s Greatest One-Man Talk Show Band, and more. Plus Daniel Chai, Cassie Barradas, Dan Willows, Mark Sears, and Ashlee Ferral will be playing some favourite improv games!
The ninth annual Kits House Autumn Fair is happening on Saturday October 19, and we’re bringing all-ages comedy to the stage from 1:30 to 2:30 pm!
Kits House as well as Vine Street from 5th to 8th Avenue will be transformed into a busy marketplace full of family-friendly activities. There will be artisan vendors and community booths, food trucks, carnival games and more! Plus there is a pumpkin patch and a haunted house to explore!
Daniel Chai, Rachel Kent, Patrick Dodd, Dan Willows and Carly Pokoradi will be onstage at 1:30 pm with Halloween Hilarity, featuring improv games inspired by your suggestions as well as the spooky season. Plus we’ll be crowning another winner of the Civilian Cosplay Contest!
All entertainment is free to attend and participate in, so bring the whole family to join the fun!
Vancouver Halloween Expo 2019 is back in Downtown Vancouver from October 11 to 13, and we’re excited to be part of the spooky festivities with a Halloween Hilarity show!
The Sixth Annual Vancouver Halloween Parade and Expo takes place at UBC Robson Square, and we’re onstage on Sunday, October 13 from 2:30 to 3:15 pm in Theatre C300! Dress up in costume for a chance to win prizes, enjoy some candy, and laugh along with some eerie comedy! Plus enjoy other great entertainment that’s fun for the whole family! Tickets on sale now!
Also happening on Sunday is the Grand Parade. It starts at 11 am along Howe St (Drake to Smithe), runs along Smithe St (Howe to Granville), and finishes on Granville St (Smithe to Davie). An expected 100,000 spectators will be there, so arrive early to get a good viewing spot. The parade is free to watch, so bring the whole family!