Molineux brings comedy to Business Awards ceremony

Comedian Christopher Molineux

Last year it was opera, this year, guests of the Harrison Agassiz Business Excellence Awards will be entertained by comedian Christopher Molineux.

A professional stand-up comedian since 1986, Molineux has headlined at shows across North America, the U.K. and the Caribbean.

He’s performed with fellow Canadian funnyman Jim Carrey, as well as Jerry Seinfeld, Ellen DeGeneres, Robin Williams, Seth Rogan and Russell Peters.

His unique style is intelligent and oddly insightful, filled with accents, impressions, stories, observations and a healthy dose of physical comedy as well. Christopher is something of a chameleon in the world of comedy and has enough range and material to entertain at a monastery or a biker clubhouse but he specializes in clean corporate shows and fundraisers and can provide custom tailored materials to fit with any group or situation.

Next up for Molineux is the Harrison Agassiz Chamber of Commerce Second Annual Business Excellence Awards 2011, on Thursday, February 24 at the Harrison Resort Hotel and Spa.

Tickets are on sale until Sunday, February 20 and can be purchased at Cookin Kims Cafe in Harrison Hot Springs or The Observer office in Agassiz.  

Tickets must be purchased in advance and will not be available at the door.

Tickets are $60 each, or $420 for a table of eight, and in addition to the entertainment will include dinner and door prizes.

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