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. Continue reading “No Post Season For You – St. Louis Comedy Shows 10/9 to 10/15”
It’s Friday! That means it’s time to pack the kids into the closet, padlock it shut for the evening, and take your boo out on the town for a night of laughter.
STLComedy has a few options for you. So there’s no reason to just sit in front of a plate of cold pasta and tell each other the same stories you tell every week.
Comedy Night at 66 Cigar ($5 Cover / 6pm, / 66 Cigar, 3860 S. Lindbergh) – You like cigars? You like comedy? Who knew that there was a show that intersects perfectly with your interests! Head over now. Doors at 6.
Coffee Break with Ken Warner ($5 Cover / 7pm / Foam Coffee & Beer, 3359 Jefferson) – You like coffee? You like comedy? Who knew that there was a show that intersects perfectly with your interests! Head over now. Doors at 7.
The Bunker ($6 Cover / 8:15pm / The Improv Shop, 510 N. Euclid) – You like Bunkers? You like comedy? Who knew that there was a show that intersects perfectly with your interests! Head over now. Doors at 8:15.
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!
Continue reading “Erin Go Barf – St. Louis Comedy Roundup 3/14-3/19”
We hear that Frederick Douglass is doing some really good things. So, we dedicate this weekend’s show round up to him, and to the unsung victims of the Bowling Green Massacre. Never again. #RememberBowlingGreen.
Continue reading “You Might See Frederick Douglass: Shows 2/3 -2/4”
Take a break from your steady stream of CNN and political posts on Facebook. You need it. Whether you’re cheering or crying, there’s an entire world of comedy happening outside of your smartphone this weekend. Continue reading “Slow News Day – Shows 1/20 – 1/21/17”