Stamford Comedy Club Presents: Turner Sparks, Paul Johnson, Troy Alan & more Stamford Comedy Club presents: A night of stand-up comedy featuring professional comedians from New York City: - Turner Sparks from The Laugh Factory and "Lost In America" Podcas
Stamford Comedy Club presents:
A night of stand-up comedy featuring professional comedians from New York City:
- Turner Sparks from The Laugh Factory and "Lost In America" Podcast
- Paul Johnson from Edinburgh Fringe Festival
- Troy Alan from Time Out NY and FOX's Laughs
- Sandeep Sen from FOX's Laughs and The NY Times
- Michelle Slonim from The Nick Cannon Show, ComedyCentral.com and HBO.com
- Ben Rosenfeld from his comedy special on Amazon Prime, SiriusXM and FOX's Laughs
The show is located on the 2nd floor of
Tutti Pazzi - 269 Bedford Street
(Enter at 255 Bedford Street)
***FOOD&DRINK MINIMUM POLICY PLEASE READ***
***In addition to the ticket price, there is a $20 food/drink minimum per person during the show.***
Upon check-in, you will pay the additional $20 food/drink minimum fee and receive a ticket that will be applied at the end of the show as a $20 credit towards your food and drink check. Food/drink minimum must be used during the show, previous payments from the regular restaurant will not count towards the food/drink minimum. Tax and gratuity is not included in the $20 minimum.
Can't make the show but love laughing? Our next show dates are: July 22 and August 12.
* Line-ups are subject to change without notice*
Turner Sparks has an international comedy podcast "Lost In America" that has gone to #1 in Armenia, Mongolia, Nepal, Chile, Czech Republic, Peru and Pakistan on iTunes Stand-Up Comedy Charts and has been as high as #5 in America.
His comedy album "Turner Sparks Live From the Friars Club" was released by Larry The Cable Guy's Git R Done Records and Comedy Dynamics and was #2 on the iTunes Top 200 Comedy Charts as well as a Top 10 Hit on the Billboard Charts.
Paul Johnson has toured as a comedy headliner across the US, China, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, and has had multiple one-man shows in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and will be headlining this year's festival at Just the Tonic.
Paul contributes humor essays to numerous publications including Time Out and Huffington Post Comedy. His comedy blog The Good Greatsby has been awarded 'Freshly Pressed' status five times as the best of Wordpress blogs.
Paul has been described as 'un-dislike-able' (Shanghaiist), 'a handsome Todd Barry' (DC Benny), and 'an emotionally distant son' (Edith Johnson).
Troy Alan is a NYC-based comedian who performs in some of the best clubs in New York City, as well as some of the most revolting bars known to humanity. Troy likes to search for humor in the dark corners of life. Troy’s been seen on Laughs on Fox TV, and featured in Time Out New York’s Joke of the Week.
Sandeep Sen is an Indian American standup comedian in New York City. He is a blend of east-west cultures, which means he eats meat, but feels guilty about it, and only prays to Hindu Gods when he wants something. He performs throughout the country, and has appeared in the New York Times and on Fox's Laughs. He has competed and won comedy roast competitions at New York Comedy Club and The Stand and is a two time Comedy Fight Club tournament champion.
Two days after Michelle Slonim gave birth to a baby girl, Michelle received an email saying she was cast in a sketch for Late Night With Seth Meyers. Michelle had gone on tons of auditions: once in a chicken costume, another time in a bikini while eight months pregnant, and she never got the part. Now a week after her baby was welcomed into the world, Michelle’s in hair, makeup and wardrobe, on set for a major network television show. She plans to have a second child so she can make an appearance on Colbert. Michelle has appeared on web-shows for Comedy Central and HBO and on SiriusXM Radio. You can see her performing stand-up comedy in most clubs and bar shows in New York City.