Happy Comedy Wednesday everyone! The Super Serious Show is tonight at the Virgil. Tonight see Matt Braunger, Jesse Elias, Bobcat Goldthwait, Ian Karmel, Candy Lawrence, Adam Riches, and videos by Jonnie Ross. Plus a surprise guest! Tickets are $7 presale, or $10 cash only at the door.
Happy Comedy Wednesday everyone! The Super Serious Show is tonight at the Virgil. Tonight see Beth Sterling, Bill Burr, Emily Heller, Anthony Jeselnik, Julian McCullough, Red Bastard and videos by Dress Up Gang. It’s going to be a lot of fun.
Check back later, because I will be posting images from Monday’s Hot Tub comedy show at the Virgil!
Happy Comedy Wednesday everyone! The Super Serious Show is tonight at the Virgil. Tonight’s guests are Brett Gelman, Andres du Bouchet, Iliza Shlesinger, Joe Mande, Sam Simmons, and videos by the Birthday Boys (who have a new IFC tv show!). Come party and laugh!
Happy Comedy Wednesday everyone! The Super Serious Show is tonight at the Virgil. Tonight’s guests are TJ Miller, Andres du Bouchet, emily Maya Mills, Jackie Kashian, Johnny Pemberton, Pete Holmes, and videos by Danny Jelinek. You know the drill, food trucks, dj, and drink specials.
Happy Comedy Wednesday everyone! The Super Serious Show is tonight at the Virgil. Tonight’s guests are Eddie Pepitone, Jay Larson, Rachel Bloom, Rory Scovel, videos by Cascade Up, a special guest and hosted by Ron Babcock. You know the drill, food trucks, dj, and drink specials.
Happy Comedy Wednesday everyone! The Super Serious Show is tonight at the Virgil. Tonight’s guests are Sean PAtton, Jon Daly, Kristen Schaal, Nate Bargatze, Rhys Darby, The Sklar Brothers, and videos by Sam Molleur, Curt Neill and Elisha Yaffe. Tickets are $7 presale ($10 at the door cash only), so get them now. Doors open at 7pm and the Virgil has a sweet happy hour.
I’m happy I’m home in CT visiting family right now, but I’m still crazy bummed I can’t check out The Super Serious Show tonight at the Virgil. Tonight’s guests are Greg Behrendt, Tony Sam, Superego (who I love), Kyle Kinane and Drennon + Nick, with videos by D.I.R.T. Tickets are $7 presale, so get them now.
Come check out The Super Serious Show! They changed venues from their usual Culver City spot to The Virgil in Hollywood. As much as I love the South Culver City space, it’s nice to have these shows playing at an easier to get to spot. Presale tickets are $7, $10 at the door. Starts at 7, 8pm show. Tonight see Neal Brennan, Ron Lynch, Rove McManus, Karen Kilgariff, Kate Berlant, Wil Anderson and videos by Payman Benz.
I’ve decided to start out a new segment of the blog. Since fun things are constantly going on mid-week and on the weekends here in Los Angeles, in addition to the Weekend Guide I’m going to start giving weekday daily updates called “Do This Today”. This won’t interfere with my regular posts. Just think of it as an added mini-post to help you find fun things to do around LA daily. Sometimes it’ll be a special event or even something ongoing, but I promise it’ll be budget friendly.
Today’s “Do This Today” is about COMEDY! Tonight at Cafe Fais Do-Do there will be a performance of the Super Serious Show. Remember when I went last month and had a blast? Well, now you can go experience the show with a whole new set of comedians.
Tonights show features Michael Kosta, Kyle Kinane, The Sklar Brothers, Jackie Kashian, Guy Branum and videos by Jeremy Konner. It starts at 7pm, and tickets are $13 if you get them in advance. I happen to know that the discount code for half-priced tickets is COTON (assuming the deal is still on) and you can get them HERE. There is free beer from Eagle Rock Brewery and free wine from Cube Cafe. And of course there will be a food truck (TBD) in the back patio. Get your tickets, bring a friend and have a hilarious night!
Greetings from Chicago! Get ready for the fastest comedy update ever. Last week I went to the Super Serious Show in LA with my friend Jamie. IT’s located at the Cafe Club Fais Do-Do in a Culver City adjacent neighborhood. Aka, it’s in the ghetto. Go with a friend, but be show to go because it’s an awesome venue for comedy. They offered half price tickets, so I got 2 tickets for $15 which includes free beer and wine.
The show happens once a month, with different comedians all the time. Look how artistic the stage looks (below). They also had the Border Grill food truck there, and I had lovely veggie tacos for dinner. It was a fun cheap night in LA!