Comedy show fun for all ages

Megan LeBlanc said the last time the Laugholopolis Comedy Combo came to Williams Lake her sides were hurting from laughing so hard.

Megan LeBlanc said the last time the Laugholopolis Comedy Combo came to Williams Lake her sides were hurting from laughing so hard.

“They are super hilarious,” said LeBlanc, who is the receptionist at the Evangelical Free Church where the show will run Wednesday Jan. 21.

“We lucked out they were coming up north on a tour.”

The show will feature The Panic Squad and Leland Klassen.

Panic Squad has performed across Canada and in 38 states in the U.S.

Their performance is very similar to the television show, “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”

It’s fun and interactive.

The audience shouts ideas from their seats and can volunteer to participate on stage.

See videos and get more info at www.panicsquad.com.

Klassen is one of Canada’s premier stand-up comedians, with his clever observations and rich life experiences brought to life in a one-of-a-kind, clean stand up show.

He has performed for Just For Laughs in Montreal, regularly hosts the Gospel Music Awards in Nashville, and has appeared in a number of television specials.

See videos and get more info at www.lelandklassen.com.

“We are all set to put on a very high quality comedy show that will have your audience in stitches and will create a fun and memorable evening for everyone in attendance,” said Panic Squad member Andrew Bright. “More importantly, the entire show will be squeaky clean.”

The two-hour show will feature improv and audience participation.

So far LeBlanc has collected 15 door prizes.

“This town is so generous,” she said. “They are really sweet prizes.”

Tickets are $15 a person or $49 for a family available at the Evangelical Free Church, Maranatha Christian School, The Open Book and at the door.

Show time is 7 p.m. at the Williams Lake Evangelical Free Church on Eleventh Avenue North.