In today’s world, people can no longer rely on court jesters to check meals for poison or retell Hamlet as a family comedy. Enjoy the versatility of more contemporary performers with this GrouponLive deal to the Garrett Morris’ Downtown Blues & Comedy Club. Choose from the following options:
- For $15, you get two general-admission tickets (up to a $42 value, including all fees).
- For $28, you get four general-admission tickets (up to an $84 value, including all fees).
- For $49, you get eight general-admission tickets (up to a $168 value, including all fees).<p>
Tickets are valid for any Friday- or Saturday-night show. All shows start at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m. The club requires a two-drink minimum per person, which is not included in this Groupon.
Theo Von (January 18–19)
Creator of CrankTexts.com, host of Yahoo’s Primetime in No Time, and seen on Comedy Central, Last Comic Standing, and MTV’s Road Rules
Warning: Contains harsh language and rampant manipulation of those who text to wrong numbers<p>
**[The Mooney Twins](http://gr.pn/UoM8zI)** (January 25–26)
Comedians, motivational speakers, sons of comic legend Paul Mooney, and seen on BET’s ComicView Warning: Contains opinions about current events and lustful comments about the First Lady
Garrett Morris’ Downtown Blues and Comedy Club
A rare outlet for commercially sanctioned laughter in downtown Los Angeles, Garrett Morris’ Downtown Blues and Comedy Club helps visitors escape the stresses of the workweek with a rotating stable of top-tier standup talent every Friday and Saturday. Comic legend Garrett Morris, now seen as Earl on CBS’ 2 Broke Girls, hosts showcases of comic talent with charming wit and tales of how he outlived the original cast of Saturday Night Live. The bill remains consistently loaded with fresh-faced and seasoned funny folk, with past luminaries including George Lopez, Margaret Cho, and Wayne Brady, along with aspiring stars in the twilight before their first mismatched-marriage sitcom.
Keeping true to its name and Morris’ roots in the New Orleans music scene, the venue often punctuates its comedy shows with performances from top blues artists—including Morris himself, who has lent his soulful pipes to the Harry Belafonte Singers—that add melody to the mirth. While weekend shows feature Garrett’s hosting and harmonies along with the headlining acts, the Thursday Night Experience allows youthful burgeoning comics and musicians to hog the spotlight.