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. Entertainers in the comedy community have been doing just that by putting on digital shows to keep us entertained.

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

      The Sunday Service streams their digital shows at 9 p.m. every Sunday on their YouTube channel.

      Catch a new Jokes Please! comedy showcase on their YouTube channel every Thursday.

      The long-running Paul Anthony's Talent Time! will be doing a show on their YouTube channel on May 7 at 7 p.m.

      The Fictionals Comedy Co.'s Homeprov comedy shows are being uploaded to their YouTube channel and our Facebook fan page bi-weekly.

      Blind Tiger Comedy is running student and professional shows every Friday until the world un-ends. Watch on YouTube.

      The Meltdown hosted by Morris Bartlett every Wednesday and Sunday at 9 p.m. You can watch on Twitch or on YouTube.

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

      Living Room Trivia hosted by Daniel Chai happens every Wednesday. Chai is joined by variety of special guest co-hosts, including comedians, artists, pro wrestlers, and more.

      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.