Standard Time Comedy Show

October 13, 2016

October 13, 2016

8:00 pm To 9:30 pm

$0

82 4th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, United States

Event Description

Love live comedy? Enjoy talk dhows? Well, you’re in luck! Welcome to Standard Time, a brand-new monthly comedy talk show hosted by comedians Gideon Hambright and Nasser Khan! Join us in October for performances by acclaimed comedians: Sam Bourne (PITTSBURGH COMEDY FESTIVAL), Brian Bahe (HYPERBOLY SHOW), Sarah Kennedy (NBC’S STANDUP FOR DIVERSITY) and a special guest interview with John Bilancini (CHARM CITY COMEDY FESTIVAL) as Hula Joe. Standard Time is located at Pacific Standard, right in the heart of Downtown Brooklyn.

 

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