Danville: Comedienne Liz Grant to host special Valentine's Day show

Show to also feature styling of SF comedian Larry 'Bubbles' Brown

With Valentine’s Day rapidly approaching, many couples in the San Ramon Valley will be searching for a date location to celebrate the hallmark holiday with their significant other.

Those couples are in luck because comedienne Liz Grant will once again be bringing her signature style to the Village Theatre and Art Gallery, where she will give residents the opportunity to celebrate the holiday with some laughs, on Feb. 14.

“Comedy with Liz Grant & Friends” is a monthly comedy series that features Grant along with an eclectic group of comedians from throughout the Bay Area and beyond.

February’s show is special because Grant will be headlining the event, titled “It’s not them, it’s us,” where she will share some of her own forays into the dating world and give audience members her take on the lighter side of romance.

Grant is still bringing a friend however, and will be joined by veteran comedian Larry “Bubbles” Brown. The San Francisco native will be making a return appearance to the Village Theatre, and will bring his classic deadpan delivery and self-deprecating humor that landed him several appearances on “Late Night with David Letterman.”

Comedians may use mature themes and language in their material, so theater officials have set an age recommended of 18 years old and up -- but comedy fans under 16 can attend if accompanied by an adult.

The show is set to be held Feb. 14, 7:30 p.m. at the Village Theatre, 233 Front St., Danville. Tickets are $20 online or $25 at the door. Future shows will be held on March 7, April 25, May 3, June 20, July 11 and Aug. 8.

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