Yuk Yuk’s comedy club coming to Abby

Located inside the Travelodge Hotel in downtown Abbotsford

  • Nov. 13, 2015 8:00 a.m.

The laughs are ready to come to Abbotsford.

For the first time, Yuk Yuk’s national stand-up comedy club is opening in Abbotsford.

The new club, to be located inside the Travelodge Hotel on Pauline Street in downtown Abbotsford, joins locations in Vancouver and Victoria as one of only three clubs in B.C.

Currently, Abbotsford residents have to travel to Vancouver, New Westminster or Port Coquitlam to attend a comedy club.

Yuk Yuk’s Abbotsford is set to open on Dec. 1 and is hiring for 45 positions during a job fair on Saturday. Interviews will occur from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. inside the Travelodge Hotel.

Yuk Yuk’s was founded in 1976 in Toronto, and has 16 locations in six provinces.

For more information on the clubs, visit yukyuks.com.

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