Laughing Matters 2.0


  • Saturday, 01 April 2017 from 6:30 PM to 10:30 PM (PDT)
  • 100 Newport Drive , Port Moody, BC V3H 5C3

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Our 2nd Annual Comedy Night in support of families affected by childhood cancer.

Four hilarious comedians featuring our MC for the night, John Cullen (, the headliner is, Ivan Decker (, and appearaces by guests Jenny Toews (Just for Laughs Northwest), Kevin Banner (finalist of Sirius XMs Canada's Next Top Comic).


This is a private event and no tickets will be sold at the door! Make sure you have your ticket with you.

Laughing Matters 2.0

Inlet Theatre 100 Newport Dr, Port Moody, BC V3H 5C3

Doors open at 6:30pm

Show begins at 7:30pm

Come early to bid on amazing silent auction prizes or try the balloon pop to win cool prizes too!

We will be serving light hot and cold appetizers before the show and wine will be available to purchase. 

All proceeds will benefit the Gaby Davis Foundation to help families who have a child battling cancer. 

No tax receipts will be issued for this event.

Tickets are non-refundable, transferable only.

19+  only.

Please plan a safe ride home.

Attendees View All (76)

Jodi Perri

+ 1 guest

Kerry Craig

+ 1 guest

Gillian Sillett

+ 1 guest

Nadine Hoult

+ 1 guest

Vicki Williams

+ 1 guest

Leia Donnelly

+ 1 guest

Teri Towner

Lenore Clemens




+ 1 guest


+ 1 guest

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100 Newport Drive
Port Moody, BC V3H 5C3

1 April 2017
Saturday, 1 April 2017 6:30 PM (PDT)


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About This Charity

In August 2007 we started the "Gaby Davis Foundation" in memory of our daughter Gabrielle Davis who lost her battle with childhood cancer in March 2007. Her brave fight against cancer and her thoughtfulness towards other children with cancer inspired us to help other families fighting this terrible beast. The Gaby Davis Foundation seeks to improve a child's quality of life during cancer treatment by providing financial aid and support to children with cancer and their families at BC Children's Hospital, Surrey Memorial Hospital and Canuck Place. We believe that children with cancer will receive the most consistent medical care when their parents can focus on them, rather than the additional burdens caused by a cancer diagnosis.