Comedy for Life comes to Fort Langley

An evening of fun aids youth with serious problems.

Chief Sepass Theatre will host the second annual LOL For Life Night of Comedy to benefit youth through Suicide Prevention, Education and Counselling (SPEAC) on Saturday Nov. 28.

Lower Mainland comedians Ivan Decker, Jamie Hutchinson, Patrick Maliha, Larke Miller, and Erica Sigurdson will perform at the event which was created by the theatre’s manager, Kevin Statham, in response to the passing of Robin Williams in 2014.

“Last year’s event was quite successful and raised some much needed funds for SPEAC,” Statham said. “Even though it is a relatively small event, LOL For Life does what it can to support the youth of Langley, Surrey, and White Rock.”

SPEAC provides suicide risk assessment, urgent-response and short-term counselling for children and youth.

Tickets for the show at 8 p.m. on Saturday at the Chief Sepass Theatre (9096 Trattle St. in Fort Langley) are $20 in advance through, or in person at Wendel’s Books and Cafe and Langley Fine Arts School. Tickets at the door will be $25.


Just Posted

Langley conservative activist accused City council of human rights violations over flags

Kari Simpson will complain to the B.C. Human Rights tribunal, she said.

Fines up to $500 for toking up near kids in Langley City

New smoking regulations aim to restrict marijuana use

Furry tail reunions highlight of pet photos with Santa

One day of picture taking managed to raise more than $1,000 for Langley Animal Protection Society.

O’Neill a homegrown power hitter

Tyler O’Neill of Maple Ridge made his major league debut this past season

Singers stop by with big bucks for Langley Christmas Bureau

First Capital Chorus has held Christmas bureau fundraising concerts for a quarter century.

Lower Mainland pair denied stay of extradition

Two facing charges in India from 2000

B.C. Lions hire DeVone Claybrooks as head coach

Former Stampeders DC succeeds CFL legend Wally Buono

France shooting: 2 dead, several wounded in Strasbourg

A world-famous Christmas market was put on lock down on Tuesday

Canadian warship witnesses possible violations of North Korea sanctions

Crew members on HMCS Calgary took photos and collected other information

Christine Sinclair named Canadian Women’s player of the year again

This is the 14th time Sinclair has been named player of the year

B.C. man wants trapping laws changed after dog killed

Louis Seguin’s 10-month-old Australian shepherd died in a body-gripping trap last month

Nearly 8,000 homeless in B.C., first province-wide count reveals

Twenty-four seperate counts in B.C. cities found there are thousands of homeless in all corners of province

Most Read