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.
Everybody needs a laugh this week. St. Louis comedy has ’em in spade. Clubs reign supreme this week with few independent shows going on, but we promise they’ve packed a lot of comedy into a just few days this week. Feast your eyes on this week’s St. Louis comedy roundup!
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.
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!
Continuing with the latest bump of local media coverage of the St. Louis comedy scene, both Amy Milton and Libbie Higgins made the Riverfront Times’ list of “Seventy Five Reasons We Love St. Louis.”
Jack Schurk can regularly be found at The Funny Bone, where he hides in constant fear of evil sentient killer dolls. He’s a pretty funny dude. You should check him out. Unless you’re an evil sentient killer doll. In that case, leave him alone.
Sean O’Brien can regularly be found at The Funny Bone when he isn’t touring. Also, if he’s ever visited you, and your internet mysteriously stopped working, now you know why.
It’s another week of great shows in St. Louis. Plan on attending one or more. Especially, plan on attending St. Louis Fringe to see Amy Milton in “Good.
Contraceptive Comedy is the longest running independent stand up showcase in St. Louis. Every month, host Stryker Spurlock brings some of the best travelling and local comics to Shameless Grounds, a sex positive coffee house in the Benton Park neighborhood.