Three comics & one stage with side-splitting ease: Damonde Tschritter, winner of the 2006 Seattle International Comedy Competition; Paul Myrehaug, winner of the Yuk Yuk's Great Canadian Laugh Off; and Patrick Maliha, voted the funniest comic in Vancouver by the Georgia Straight. All together these performers give you an entire evening of professional funny making.
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His relaxed, laid-back style and unique comic voice have made him a side-splitting favourite across Canada and the US.
In November 2006, Damonde did what no other Canadian has ever been able to do: The 36-year-old became the first stand-up comic from Canada to win the prestigious Seattle International Comedy Competition in its 27-year history.
Paul Myrehaug Born and raised in Camrose Alberta and now living in Vancouver, Paul Myrehaug lures in his audience with charismatic charm, turns around and makes them laugh at things they shouldn’t.
Fast wit at a slow pace leaves crowds in hysterics and begging for more. Paul tours internationally and has performed for hundreds of thousands of people live, and millions of people on television.
Patrick Maliha is the world record holder for most impressions in one minute beating out the previous record holder, Dana Carvey. His act has been described as Ray Romano meets a 21st Century Don Rickles.
In 2008 and 2009 he was voted Favourite Vancouver Comedian in the prestigious Georgia Straight Best Of Awards and has been featured on CBC radio, XM and Sirius satellite radio’s various comedy programs. No matter how you slice it Patrick Maliha is very funny, although according to his Mom, he is “funnier when he doesn’t swear so much.”