Making an audience laugh is hard, especially now that all rubber chickens are in the hands of a few powerful supercomedians. See some original material with this GrouponLive deal.
- $19 for two tickets to a regular standup comedy show of your choice (up to a $49.20 value)
- Where: Laughing Skull Lounge
- Seating: general admission
- Door time: 30 minutes before showtime
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Laughing Skull Lounge requires a two-item minimum per person, which is not included in this Groupon.
- Click here to view the calendar of upcoming acts.
Cameron Esposito (April 3-6)
Host of the podcast Put Your Hands Together who has appeared on Late Late with Craig Ferguson, where she drew praise from fellow guest Jay Leno
Warning: Contains talk of nude ladies.
Barry Rothbart May 8-11
One of Variety’s “Top 10 Comedians to Watch,” seen on Conan and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and in The Wolf of Wall Street
Warning: Contains some broad ethnic stereotypes and a mustache.
Michael Che (June 12-14)
A writer for Saturday Night Live and comic recently named in Rolling Stone’s “50 Funniest People” who’s appeared on MTV’s Money from Strangers and Comedy Central’s John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show<p>
Warning: Contains coarse language and economics.
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Laughing Skull Lounge
Voted Best Comedy Venue and billing itself as “Atlanta’s only full-time progressive comedy lounge”, The Laughing Skull takes its standup seriously. Their philosophy can best be summed up by a musical analogy: “Most comedy clubs focus on playing Top 40, while we focus on playing jazz,” says the team. It seems this dedicated yet freewheeling approach appeals to the headliners themselves. Greg Proops diagnoses Laughing Skull audiences as “hip, smart and not jaded.” Paul F. Tompkins shot his Comedy Central special here, and cult comedic heavyweights such as Garfunkle & Oates, Margaret Cho, and Marc Maron have all sent punchlines hurtling toward the 74 seats that fill this intimate venue. Though there’s no food served during the shows, the 22’x32’ lounge sits at the back of The Vortex Bar & Grill, whose burgers have won multiple “Best of Atlanta Awards” since 1992 and been featured on TV’s Man v. Food.
95% of 20 customers recommend
“Small venue, great vibe! ”
“Show up early and eat a burger, drink a beer. The drink menu inside the comedy lounge is smaller, but still good beer and tons if laughs. ”
“This is a great venue.”