Roman Danylo headlines the ultimate comedy show at the Capitol Theatre on Friday

Ultimate Comedy Show coming to the Capitol Theare

Headliner Roman Danylo will be accompanied by sketch comedy group Titmouse; the cast of Urban Improv; and improvised rock band Mirage.

The Capitol Theatre presents the ultimate theatre comedy show starring four exceptional acts with headliner Roman Danylo accompanied by sketch comedy group Titmouse; the cast of Vancouver’s Urban Improv; and the improvised rock band Mirage.

Five years ago Danylo left us rolling in the aisles with his Canadian Tour show. This fall he’s back and he’s not alone.

Danylo has appeared in several Canadian TV Series, including Corner Gas, Comedy Now, Comedy Inc, Just For Laughs and Made in Canada. He has been nominated twice for a Gemini for performance in Comedy Inc. Danylo enjoys, water sports, raisins and some humans.

The sketch comedy group Titmouse consists of members of Canadian Content, The 11th Hour and Suckerpunch. After performing sold out shows in San Francisco, Chicago and London, England, Canada’s comedy dream team returned home to the land of poutine and health care.

The cast of Urban Improv performs Vancouver’s unique version of “The Harold” an improv style called made famous in the clubs of New York, Chicago and LA. Fast paced and completely spontaneous, their show is all based on audience suggestions.

Mirage has been touted as “the world’s greatest improvised rock ‘n’ roll band.” You’ll love their British banter, raw sex appeal and cool poses. Audience inspired comedic melodies will take you away on a Magic Carpet Ride…of hilarity!

Experience this amazing lineup of comedians at the Capitol Theatre on Friday, October 18 at 8 p.m.

Tickets are $25 for adult or $20 for student. Buy online at capitoltheatre.bc.ca or phone 250 352-6363 and remember: laughter stretches muscles, burns calories and produces a natural energy.

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