Laughter has healing power, especially after you've watched a sad film or seen a sad person fall down. Laugh at a professional with this GrouponLive deal to see Clint Coley’s "Chill, It's Just Jokes!" comedy series at Mad House Comedy Club on Tuesday, February 26, at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m. Choose between the following options:
- For $15, you get general admission for two (a $30 value).
- For $29, you get general admission for four (a $60 value).
The brainchild of host Clint Coley, the "Chill, It's Just Jokes!" comedy series cycles through esteemed clubs across the US and Canada, showcasing some of the best up-and-coming young standups. With a red-hot career that already includes opening for Kevin Hart, winning Amateur Night at the Apollo Theater, and netting a headlining special for Netflix, Coley tickles ribs and looks to introduce a new generation of laughcrafters to his audiences, including Jonnae Thompson and Brian Simpson.
Warning: contains profanity
Warning: contains mild profanity and the chiding of male hygiene
Warning: You’re gonna need a bigger swear jar, and possibly a racial-epithet jar
Mad House Comedy Club
Four to five nights a week, nationally touring comics by the likes of Donnell Rawlings, Jeff Richards, and Godfrey lob punch lines at audience members feasting on a menu of steak salads, brie burgers, and crab-stuffed grilled cheese sandwiches. Mad House Comedy Club keeps guffaws thundering with a calendar filled to the brim with headliners and open mics. Visitors inspired to pursue a standup-comedy career of their own can pick up a pencil and take notes at the venue's comedy classes.
Joker's Wild Comedy Club
Joker's Wild Comedy Club's stage showcases comics drawn from both the national touring circuit and the local scene. The intimate venue, which recently replaced its space-hogging booths with brand-new seats, features headlining comedians who fill Thursday–Saturday evenings with laughter during 8 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. shows. On Wednesday night, fledgling funny folk strive for their five minutes of fame at open mic night. Joker’s Wild also runs its own School of Comedy, where budding comedians can chase their dreams of cracking up audiences and keeping glasses of water on a stool. The club’s full menu of pub food mutes growling stomachs with appetizers and entrees for patrons hoping to perfect an onion-ring spit take.