Boy oh boy, we’ve (yes, we, The Comedy Bureau, are putting on a show) got a showcase of some of our “most wanted” (favorite) stand-up comedians in town that you need to be on the look out for.
Wednesday, July 26th at 8PM at The Comedy Central Stage.
Don’t be late.
Again, it’s free, but you have to RSVP here or at 323 960 5519.
Flyer by The Brain Trust’s Ed Weseloh with logo by Chris Fairbanks.
At this point in time, you’ve probably heard how divided we are as a country ad nauseam over POTUS, healthcare, gun control, etc.
A nice solution or reprieve from that might be hear to comedians debate things that do not matter whatsoever like Dr. Dre vs. Dr. Seuss.
That is what the traveling comedy show and podcast Arguments & Grievances brings to the table and will be doing so next week at Nerdmelt with some of LA’s best.
Get your tickets here.
The rest of our listings for comedy shows, events, open mics, maps, and more can be found at www.thecomedybureau.com.
Art Sandwich Confidential is a comedy show at The Loft at Liz’s, an art gallery, where comedians will do their act then transition into stories inspired by the art on display. This time around, the art exhibition is entitled BLUE, so blue humor is the order for the evening.
With Ramon Rivas, Megan Gailey, Calise Hawkins, The Puterbaugh Sisters, Ryan Dalton, and Curtis Cook getting blue in the name of art, we think you shouldn’t miss out on this. In fact, admission is free (though there’s a $10 suggested donation to support the comics.
Art Sandwich Confidential Vol. 2-an evening of BLUE Humor is happening this Friday, Dec. 16th at 7PM at The Loft at Liz’s, 453 S. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles, CA.
More details here.
The rest of our listings for comedy shows, events, open mics, and maps can be found at www.thecomedybureau.com
Watch the First Episode of Viceland’s “Flophouse” That Showcases How Great House Comedy Shows Can Be
Today, Vice’s new venture, Viceland, released its first batch of episodes for all of their new shows. Among them is Flophouse where renowned director Lance Bangs delves into the wondrous chaos that is a comedy show held in a house.
The first episode is set in our backyard, specifically in Highland Park, at the house of Solomon Georgio, James Austin Johnson, and Eric Dadourian featuring performances from Solomon, Eric, James Adomian, Alice Wetterlund, Clare O’Kane, Brandon Wardell, and Curtis Cook as well as a complimentary rap battle w/Open Mike Eagle, a mattress in the middle of the floor, a bow and arrows, rain (for some reason) and more.
Watch it all really happen here.