Colorado is in the top 10 healthiest states in America. Comedy Works is a big reason why. According to Health Fitness Revolution, going to comedy shows improve your health. Stand up shows can help relieve stress, reduce blood pressure, and stimulate the brain. Even though you sit down to enjoy comedy, with all the laughing you are doing, you are also burning calories. If you have never seen a show, it is about time you did, if even for your health and well-being. Don’t believe us? Read further by clicking here!
Taylor Tomlinson maybe young but has a brilliant take on dating and relationships. As she travels the country, she meets such eclectic range of people that sometimes the advice is the opposite of what you’d expect. Taylor takes all of this advice with a grain of salt. Conan is Talyor’s comedy father and what a great mentor to have. Come see one of the best up and coming comics at Comedy Works Downtown in Larimer Square May 8th – 11th.
Catch Comedy Central’s Up Next showcase stop in Denver on their search for amazing talent!
Up Next is an annual showcase featuring a wide range of diversely talented comedians who have been selected by Comedy Central following a nation-wide search with showcases across the country. The showcases serve as an important step in Comedy Central’s development process and are designed to spotlight the most exciting new voices in comedy.
Past comedians include: Jaboukie Young-White, Naomi Ekperigin, Michael Che, Josh Johnson, Matt Ingebretson, Adam Lustick, Kurt Braunohler, Mark Normand, and many more!
So excited to host this awesome event and feature local talent in hopes of going to Clusterfest in San Fransisco in June!
It has been too long since we have seen Anthony Jeselnik but the wait is over. Judging by this trailer it has been well worth the wait. Jeselnik has brought his A game in this Netflix special. Premiering April 30th, this will be a must see for all comedy lovers!
Michael Rosenbaum’s podcast, Inside of You, gets deep with the guest. Rosenbaum does an amazing job of getting his guests to open up. Like in this Kumail Nanjiani podcast, Rosenbaum asks which comics was Kumail watching when he first started out? WHo were you idols? Kumail goes on to mention people like Jerry Seinfeld and Mitch Hedberg. Then goes on to say ” Jake Johannsen, who is really really funny. [He] was a big reason why I started!” So awesome to here Jake getting these kinda of complements. Come to Comedy Works South at the Landmark May 2-4 to see what Kumail is talking about!
Nicole Byer has such a fun career. From all the the Netflix shows like Nailed it!, The Fix, and Comedians of the World, Nicole always finds a way to have fun! Even a couple years ago, she won Celebrity Family Feud. Nicole Byer will be having fun at Comedy Works Downtown at Larimer Square May 2nd – 4th!
In honor of 420, here is story time with Tommy Chong! Watch the video to learn why Cheech and Chong broke up and why Tommy went to jail. Hardest working stoner ever!
Roast Battle host, Brian Moses as some fun answers to some stupid questions. His whole vibe and playful attitude is what makes Roast Battle such a fun show for both comics and the audience alike. At the end of ever battle the competitors must hug and only someone as sweet as Brian can make it such a great atmosphere. Come experience it for yourself April 28th at Comedy Works Downtown in Larimer Square!
Sam Jay made an on screen appearance during the monologue when Kit Harrington hosted Saturday Night Live. Though her character confused Harry Potter and Games of Thrones, there is no confusion that she is hilarious and everyone should some see her at Comedy Works next month (May 30th – June 1st)!