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Comedy in New York - September 2017

Our carefully curated selection of the Best Comedy in New York for the month of September 2017

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: Closes 8th December 2017

Brooklyn-born Jerry Seinfeld continues his Beacon Theater residency, playing one show every month. Arguably one of the greatest comedians of his time, Seinfeld has been entertaining audiences with his witty observations of the mundane little wrinkles of life since he stepped up to the mic in 1976. More info

: Closes 30th September 2017

As a stand-up comedian, Gaffigan's clever, quiet style has earned him a a rapid rise through the comedy ranks, and he now stands as one of the country's most popular comedians. His latest tour, Noble Ape, delves into many of Jim's favorite topics, from family life to his Catholicism, to battles with various food stuffs (hot pockets beware!). More info

: Closes 9th December 2017

Amateur Night At The Apollo has been a key feature in the local music scene since 1934 when it launched, and has been the stepping stone in the career of many world-class musicians and entertainers, including Lauryn Hill and Stevie Wonder. The audience has the responsibility of cheering loudly for those they like, and booing those they deem less adept off the stage. More info

: 23rd September

When it comes to personal details, Irish standup comedian Dylan Moran is a bit of a man of mystery. We know that's He's Irish. He has dark hair. And he's very, very funny. The Perrier Award winner has had huge success as both a writer and performer, receiving a BAFTA and a Bronze Rose of Montreux for his British sitcom Black Books. More info

CHRIS TUCKER

There is nothing tranquil about comedian/actor Chris Tucker. A limber, wiry fellow with a high-pitched voice and a delivery as fast as a mosquito's wing beats, he seems energy incarnate. Tucker first started out on the LA comedy scene in the Nineties, on the Def Comedy Jam circuit before coming to prominence in films such as his debut, Friday and then the Rush Hour trilogy. Nowadays he is back on the stage following an expensive run-in with the IRS, and his humor draws upon this and his early life, switching seamlessly between different personas.

This show is happening at multiple venues in Sep 2017:

Wellmont Theatre

Sep 29, 2017

NYCB Theatre at Westbury

Sep 30, 2017

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