St. Louis Comedy Show Roundup 5/15-5/21

It’s officially summer! St. Louis Comedy is sunny and ready planning pool parties, float trips, fun times at the drive-in, making out at Lookout Point, and not being allowed to wear shorts on stage! You could head to the beach, but St. Louis doesn’t have any that aren’t occupied by garbage barges and they’re no fun to waterski behind. We recommend you get a cool drink, chill on the patio for a bit, and then come inside to see the amazing talent St. Louis Comedy has to offer.

Monday 5/15

Comedy Shipwreck Open Mic (10PM, The Heavy Anchor, 5226 Gravois Ave St. St. Louis Comedy - Comedy ShipwreckLouis, MO 63116) – Cure that case of the Mondays with $1 PBRs in the cozy showroom at The Heavy Anchor. Chad Wallace helps soothe your soul with some of the best in St. Louis Comedy.


Tuesday 5/16

Bar 101 Open St. Louis Comedy - Bar 101 Open MicMic  (8 PM, Bar 101 Soulard, 3rd and Lafayette, 1724 South Broadway, St. Louis, MO 63104) – Josh Slobe heads up this open mic in Soulard now on a new night and take advantage of $3 PBR drafts and well drinks.







St. Louis Comedy - Palomino Open MicPalomino Open Mic  (10:30PM, The Palomino Lounge 5876 Delmar Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63112) – The newest comedy show in the loop at the coolest bar. Seriously, one of the best bartenders in the city calls this bar home and it’d be a shame to miss this show.







WordUp (7PM, HG Dance Club, 2617 Washington Ave
St. Louis, MO 63103
) – Now at a new venue, the WordUp Competition plays hosts to musicians, poets, comedians, and any kind of performance art you’re looking for. The diverse lineup competes for a $100 cash prize.



Wednesday 5/17

Sorry, Please Continue: Mothers (8:00 PM, The Heavy Anchor5226 Gravois Ave St. Louis, MO 63116) – See local comics skewer stories from audience members in this special Mother’s Day edition. Better late than never!





Wild Card Wednesday Night Comedy  (10:30PM, The Crow’s St. Louis Comedy - Wild Card WednesdayNest, 7336 Manchester, St. Louis, MO 63143) – See what happens when St. Louis comedians have to face challenges during their sets from speaking in rhymes to impersonating comedy legends, the show’s always unpredictable and a great way to spend a Wednesday night.






Thursday 5/18

St. Louis Comedy - Fitz's Comedy NightFitz’s Comedy Night  (10PM, Fitz’s Comedy Night, 6605 Delmar Blvd University City, MO 63130) – Rumor has it Chuck Berry is buried under the statue outside. Come fine out and enjoy some root beer and laughs.

Friday 5/19

Impolite Company: Standup For Adults (10:30PM, The Crack Fox, 1114 Olive St. Louis, MO 63101) – This is a banger of a show featuring Chicago comics Mike Stricker and Sharup Karim, along with Chad Riden from Nashville! Why leave St. Louis when they all come here eventually? Plus, part of your admission price goes to Planned Parenthood.

St. Louis Comedy - Please Be Drunk Lex RonanPlease Be Drunk with Lex Ronan (7:30PM, The Monocle4510 Manchester Ave St Louis, MO 63110) – Is it classier if a comedy show has cocktails? Find out at The Monocle while Lex Ronan weaves through romance, musical theater, and oddball standup comedy.

St. Louis Comedy - The Catalogue PodcastThe Catalogue! Live (9PM, The Heavy Anchor5226 Gravois Ave St. Louis, MO 63116) – Joshua Evans, Christopher Melton, and Marissa Sedmak of the popular (we think) St. Louis podcast The Catalogue! present live sketches and video with their own peculiar brand of comedy.

Sunday 5/21

St. Louis Comedy - Comedy PenthouseThe Comedy Penthouse (8:00PM, Brennan’s4659 Maryland Ave St. Louis, MO 63108) – Curated by dapper gent Yale Hollander, this month’s edition of The Comedy Penthouse features Jamie Fritz from across the river and business casual Ken Warner. The only comedy show next to a walk-in humidor.

Club Roundup

This weekend, see Conan writer Deon Cole at The Funny Bone.  He was good enough for John Oliver, he’s good enough for you! With appearances on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes and WTF with Marc Maron, Shane Mauss is ready to blow the roof off Helium, which would be an amazing feat considering it’s in a basement.