Nick Vatterott and Ashley Barnhill coming to The Ready Room on December 15 for a night of stand up comedy! We’re giving away a pair of tickets to one lucky #STLComedy fan. Enter your information here for a chance to win. We’ll pick the winner Friday at noon central.
Look, you might as well go see a show and laugh. After all, it’s not like there’s any Cardinal’s baseball to watch.
In addition to all of the great open mics you can find listed on our Open Mic List, we’ve got national headliners of all kinds to check out.
Tickets are on sale now for Flyover Comedy Festival. Buy yours today and guarantee your admission to see Todd Barry, Henry Phillips, and a full slate of local and visiting comics November 9th through November 11th in The Grove. Between now and then, meet some of the comics performing in the festival!
Angela Smith was recently profiled by St. Louis Magazine. You can find her performing 1/14 at the Monocle as part of Nasty Women: A Comedy Show, if you have a ticket. The show’s sold out. Which is a problem we think Angela’s going to have to deal with a lot in her comedy career. We see a lot of sold out crowds in her future.
We were delighted to see that Thomas Crone has a Q&A in St. Louis Magazine with some of our favorite local comics. Follow the link and peer into the minds of Rima Parikh, Angela Smith, and Carolyn Agnew. It’s a fun read. Also, starting tomorrow, we’re going to begin posting new profiles of local comics
It’s exactly 10 days until Halloween! You’ve been working diligently on your costumes. You’re sick of pumpkin spice (which is weird, because pumpkin spice is pretty rad). The thought of the Cubs in the World Series is making you crazy. And, the presidential election makes you want to cry. What is a St. Louisan to do?
Go see one of these shows and cheer up!
The biggest comedy news in the city is that Louis CK is performing at The Scottrade Center Thursday night. Sure, that’s cool, but you’ll have to sit with 20,000 other people in a venue where you’ll barely be able to see him without the aid of a giant video screen. It’s like being in your living room, with more expensive beer and nachos.