Comedy Works was featured as one of the best nightclubs in Denver by Airbnb hosts
We wanted to congratulate Matt Iseman on winning The New Celebrity Apprentice and all for a good cause.
Much Love from all of us at Comedy Works
New “Self Help Me” tour starts tonight in Denver at Comedy Works Downtown (Wed, Jan 4 -Sun, Jan 8).
Get your tickets at ComedyWorks.com
Tour continues to basically all of the coldest places in January (IN, IL, WI, MN, MI). Wrote a fun tour description on my website, complete with Q & A: ZimmermanComedy.com
The 5: New Audio Comedy Series Covers Clubs Across the US, Here Are 5 Favorite Moments By Interrobang Staff
Limelight is a new audio on demand series, that takes you to comedy clubs around the country, and gives you a chance to hear some of the up and coming comics who are on the road across America in clubs you don’t normally get the chance to visit…
Here are our five favorite moments from the hosts of Limelight, and our five favorite episodes.
1. T.J. Miller on Cluelessness
Introducing himself as the star of Yogi Bear 3D, T.J. Miller helms an excellent episode about “Cluelessness-es”. Miller of course, you also know from Silicon Valley, Deadpool and from just being one of the funniest people on the planet. This episode also features comedy from Tommy Johnagin, who we already adore, from the infamous Comedy Works comedy club in Denver…
Read the full article on theinterrobang.com
In Below the Belt with Kevin Heffernan and Steve Lemme, the Broken Lizard veterans bring fans onstage to quiz them about their movies, including Super Troopers and Beerfest, and then describe the time they went on a bender while in Australia to promote a movie. Heffernan’s stand-up set addresses topics ranging from his young son’s bathroom habits to what it’s like being married to a gynecologist. Then Lemme takes his turn riffing on the bizarre activity his wife and her friends like to do and explains why he never wants his son to be a teenager. Throughout, the two old friends entertain a packed house at Denver Comedy Works with their raunchy humor and hilarious anecdotes about fatherhood and Hollywood.
Watch the full special on Comedy Central
The New York Times published an article discussing Yondr, a phone free system used for events (concerts, schools, restaurants, wedding venues, movie theaters and more) in the United States and abroad. Comedy Works is the first Comedy Club in the country to use Yondr.
“…Comedy Works, which has showcased such comedians as George Lopez and Wanda Sykes, has been using Yondr devices at its two clubs in Denver since May. “All of the big artists have said: ‘Wow. Thank you. This is amazing,’” said Wende Curtis, the owner. Patrons have asked if they could buy the device for their homes, she said. (The company only rents the devices now, but is considering selling them in the future.)
…The pouch allows phone signals to get through, so someone can feel a phone vibrate when a message arrives. Anyone who needs access during a show may leave the room, have the device unlocked and use the phone in the lobby or outside — similar to the way smokers light up outside a nonsmoking theater. “Some venue staff have access to their phones at all times inside the space,” Mr. Dugoni [Yondr founded] said, in case of an emergency.
Yondr is not a fad; it is the wave of the future, Mr. Dugoni said.
“I view it as a social movement, and this is one piece of the puzzle,” he said. “It’s about helping people live in the digital age in a way that doesn’t hollow out all of the meaning in your life.”
Read the full article Your Phone’s on Lockdown. Enjoy the Show.
By JANET MORRISSEY OCT. 15, 2016
Congratulations to the winners of the 2016 New Faces Contest! Thanks to all of you that participated and supported the shows.
Third place was Rachel Weeks
Second place was Zach Reinert
2016 champion is Janae Burris
Ron Funches at Comedy Works
When: Thursday, August 18 – Saturday, August 20
Where: Comedy Works Downtown – 1226 15th St., Denver
The Lowdown: Ron Funches’ easy demeanor and infectious giggle will delight audiences in the Denver area for three days straight. Funches dry wit and storytelling style of comedy cover topics from rap music to disciplining your pets to smoking weed year round. Comedy Works is hosting him for three days and a total of five performances. Grab a couple cocktails and get ready to fall in love with this hilarious comedian.