Greenwich Village Comedy Club – Comedy Club NYC
9:45pm: TOP HEADLINERS – Larry Beyah, Zach McGovern, Amanda Baramki, Nicky Paris, Robyn Schall, Chris Di Fate, Mike Lawrence
July 23 @ 9:45 PM
Larry Beyah (HBO)
Zach McGovern (MTV)
Amanda Baramki (AXS)
Nicky Paris (Elite Daily)
Robyn Schall (AXS)
Chris Di Fate
Mike Lawrence (Conan and Seth Meyers Show)
Greenwich Village Comedy Club in New York City, mastermind Al Martin is the brains and operation behind Greenwich Village Comedy Club. After adequately dispatching New York Comedy Club and Broadway Comedy Club, Martin found better methodologies to excite the gatherings of spectators of Manhattan with top comedic presentations. Included by the social contrasts of Greenwich Village, there is a wide blended sack of comic show shows and performers that show up reliably. Greenwich Village Comedy Club opened in the late spring of 2012 and from the first minute the club has been filled reliably with an overwhelming downtown swarm and top funnies making them laugh! The club attracts fan from around the globe and huge names like Montel Williams, Andre Aggasi and Jimmy Fallon. Al Martin is the King of New York Comedy and has made New York City the World’s Capital of Comedy. Drop by the Greenwich Comedy Club any night of the week for energizing comedic presentations and prominent comedians, such as Bob Golub, Dustin Chafin, Marc Theobald, Teddy Smith, Meghan Hanley, Russ Meneve and Mike Somerville.
Greenwich Village, frequently alluded to by local people as just “the Village”, is a generally private neighborhood on the west side of Lower Manhattan, New York City. A vast greater part of the area is home to upper white collar class families. Greenwich Village, on the other hand, was known in the late nineteenth to late twentieth hundreds of years as a craftsmen’s shelter, the Bohemian capital, the support of the present day LGBT development, and the East Coast origin of both the Beat and ’60s counterculture developments. What gave the starting appealing character of the group in the end helped its gentrification and commercialization. The name of the town was Anglicized from the Dutch name Groenwijck, signifying “Green District”,into Greenwich. New York University (NYU) is placed in Greenwich Village.