St. Louis Comedy Shows 8/28 – 9/3/17

 

 

Monday

St. Louis Comedy - Babylon Open MicA new week means St. Louis comedians head to the open mics to work on new material and prepare for the shows ahead!

Stop by The Improv Shop in the Grove to see the super open microphone hosted by Bobby Jaycox and Rafe Williams.

South City residents can head to The Heavy Anchor for the weekly Comedy Shipwreck hosted by Chad Wallace.

If you live to the north, St. Charles plays host to the Babylon Comedy Open Mic helmed by Jimmy Day.

 

Tuesday

Head to the Heavy Anchor for Shut Up During The Movie!, featuring Scott Gresham, Kenny Kinds, and Lisa Kelly tearing apart the remake no one asked for, The Wicker Man starring Nicholas Cage.

If you’re more into standup, head to Westport where you can see local comedians in a club setting at The Funny Bone in Westport Plaza.  If Soulard is closer for you or you’d much rather prefer a full bar, head over to Bar 101 for their weekly open mic hosted by Josh Slobe.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday

The newest comedy club in Florissant, The Laugh Lounge has their weekly open mic. The new club, owned by local comic Jesse Taylor picks their weekly hosts and guest comics from the comedians featured at the open mic.

If you prefer hanging in Maplewood, you can check out Wild Card Comedy at the Crow’s Nest with its unique brand of ‘comedy show meets drinking game’ open mic.

Head to The Funny Bone for Max Price’s weekly local show, featuring some of the best performers St. Louis comedy has to offer.

 

 

 

Thursday

Los Angeles comedian and St. Louis native stops by the Improv Shop with Sober4PP with Zach Noe Towers, a comedy show and benefit for Planned Parenthood, featuring sets from local favorites Bobby Jaycox and Nathan Orton.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday

Stop by the Laugh Lounge for Jovan Bibbs presents Class Klowns, a monthly showcase featuring a roundup of Jovan’s favorite comedians.  This month’s edition includes Nathan Orton and Willie Lynch Jr.

 

Saturday

Travel back to the Wild West for a night of improvised theater with Once Upon a Time: A Fist Full of Polyps. The show is part improv and part sketch comedy set in specific genre each week.

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