Longhorn has been a comedy fixture around the midwest for awhile now. Whether he’s performing in a club, college, or other venue, he’s consistently funny and has earned his fanbase.
There’s a rainy week in store for St. Louis. Stay dry and entertained at any of these fine St. Louis comedy shows. Grab your umbrella and come hang out in a venue with a roof. We don’t know of any venues without one, but we can guarantee all of these shows happen under one and being prepared is half the battle!
Tonight, Christopher Titus is on stage for a one-night show at Helium Comedy. We think [INSERT CLEVER TITUS ANDRONICUS PUN HERE]! Right?
To get you ready for that show, and to give St. Louis Comedy fans a chance to learn a little bit about local venues, here’s a little info about the club. Keep an eye out for future venue profiles.
Temperatures are rising, globally on average and not just seasonally, meaning baby squirrels flit across the street dodging your damn cars, chirping birds take their revenge from above, and St. Louis comedy shows are in bloom! You know what they were doing months ago. Our St. Louis comedy shows were getting it on and ’tis the season to see those baby comedy shows birth new jokes into the fresh Spring air!
Of course, most of the St. Louis comedy shows happen indoors at night, so none of that sunny stuff if happening. Unbearable heat is on the way and you can prepare for it by coming to a show in an air-conditioned venue!
This event made it in after we posted our weekly line up of events, but it’s a good one for you to check out. Micaela Mohr and Sammi Cheeseman bring another round of burlesque and comedy to The Haunt in south St. Louis. Details here.
We’re in the run-up to that fateful day where green beer and pissing as close to a parade as possible without people knowing becomes commonplace in our fine city. It’s that weekend where calls from drunken exes and your friend Shelly, you know the one, happen in the afternoon instead of the dead at night where they should be. Of course, now you can experience a surge – a surge in Uber pricing!
Before all that happens, get ready for the weekend and have a laugh with the great St. Louis comedy shows happening this week. Be entertained and don’t forget to wear green!
Submissions and ticket sales are open for Make Me Laugh – St. Louis, a comedy competition run by New York comedian Dan Frigolette. The competition features a number of shows in different venues, and has featured some great comics in the past. The winner gets a spot on the cross country tour.
It’s a dumb pun, but it correctly expresses our desire for you to see a live comedy show this weekend. Starting tonight. There are so many choices, you might have an anxiety attack. You know, that feeling when you’re presented with so many choices that your chest tightens and your vision starts to tunnel? Your breathing speeds up and gets shallow. Your body temperature increases. You feel like you’re going to faint.
Then you remember, it’s just comedy. No one’s going to die if you don’t choose their show. So pick the one closest to you. Or the one your friends will be at. Or throw a dart at your computer monitor and see where it puts you.
Tonight and tomorrow, the fine folks at We Are Live! bring “Target Practice” to the Nano Pub at Southtown Pub. The event promises to be an exciting showdown between a number of local comics, roast battle style. Spread over the course of two nights, comics go head to head riffing on different subjects and videos,
There’s a great comedy scene in Springfield, Missouri and their comics are no strangers to the stages of St. Louis. In a few cases, we’ve managed to steal some of these delightful people. Among them is Matt Barnes. Matt performs regularly on the local showcases at Helium Comedy and at the various indie shows. He’s never played basketball for the Golden State Warriors.