Comedians get their material from dark places, such as loneliness, anxiety, or the crawlspace where they keep their joke file. Lighten up with this GrouponLive deal.
- Admission to a comedy show with appetizers
- When: any show of your choice through November 30, excluding special events
- Where: Atlanta Improv Comedy Club & Dinner Theatre
- Section: general admission
- Door time: one hour before showtime
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view a calendar of upcoming acts.
- $30 for two tickets to a comedy show (up to a $50.40 value) and one appetizer (up to an $11 value; up to a $61.40 total value)
- $60 for four tickets to a comedy show (up to a $100.80 value) and two appetizers (up to a $22 value; up to a $122.80 total value)
- Click here to view the menu.
Tommy Johnagin (October 10–12)
Frequent guest on Late Show with David Letterman and The Bob and Tom Show
Warning: contains one utterance of mild profanity
Robert Kelly (October 17–19)
Comedian and actor seen on Louie as Louis CK’s brother, in addition to regular appearances on The Opie and Anthony Show and on tour with Dane Cook
Warning: contains mild language and unbridled food lust
Andy Hendrickson (November 14–16)
Showcase winner of HBO’s U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen; heard on The Bob & Tom Show
Warning: contains some coarse language and one act of imagined ladybug defecation
Atlanta Improv Comedy Club & Dinner Theatre
Improv Comedy Clubs help build careers. Since the original New York location took root in 1963, some of standup's greatest acts, including comedians as diverse as Andy Kauffman, Jay Leno, and Dave Chapelle have graced the stage to prove their mettle as performing artists. Weekly shows at the Atlanta Improv continue that noble tradition. A recreation of the original club's brick-backed stage frames nationally touring headliners, and open-mic nights offer an easygoing practice environment for new comedians, as well as guests working on their laughs for upcoming studio-audience auditions.
Andrews Entertainment District
A night on the town can take many directions: dinner can lead to a comedy show, dancing can transition to quiet drinks in a shadowy booth, a raucous concert can segue into a slice of pizza. Hitting all those spots in one night, however, can require a small fortune in cab fare. Not at the Andrews Entertainment District. Like a toddler trying to draw their city, this 30,000-square-foot nightlife oasis puts eight restaurants, bars, and clubs under one roof.
Patrons sample sushi and infused Russian vodkas atop the frozen counter of Czar Ice Bar or dig into eclectic small plates from around the world at Cellar 56. Prohibition, meanwhile, serves classic cocktails in an environment reminiscent of a 1920s speakeasy, complete with plush leather furniture. Nearby, Atlanta's branch of the Improv Comedy Club hosts jokesters on nationwide tours while Andrew's Upstairs fuels floor-thumping dance parties late into the night.