The Vancouver comedy community is finding a way through the COVID-19 isolation with digital shows

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      Performing without an audience is something that is becoming the new normal for Vancouver comedians and improvisors. Not an ideal situation by any means, but when life hands you lemons, you say yes and deliver your material. The beloved group the Sunday Service has done two isolation shows online, and others in the community are joining suit by hosting their own digital shows.

      If you’re looking for a little distraction and a good laugh, tune into these shows below:

      The Sunday Service performance from March 15.

      The digital Sunday Cyber Service streams at 9 p.m. on Sunday (March 29). Then the stream will be on their YouTube channel to live on forever.

      The Thursday comedy showcase Jokes Please!: YouTube edition happened on March 19, and is now preserved on YouTube to watch anytime.


      Little Mountain Improv is going to do a Dungeons and Dragons show on Tuesday (March 24) at their usual 8:30 p.m. 

      The Ryan and Amy Show is doing funny stuff on their Instgram live. Follow them here to watch.

      Teen Angst hopes to have its live stream on Twitch or Zoom by  Friday (March 27). Like their Facebook page for updates.

      Say Wha?!, where funny people read from terrible books, is doing mini shows on Instragram. Click here to stay up to date.

      The Critical Hit Show will be streaming their D&D Live Show on March 25. Like their Facebook page for updates.

      Finally, if you just like to hear someone read to you, Ryan Beil from The Sunday Service is reading a chapter of Dune: Desert Planet everyday for free here.