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Comedy in New York - December 2016

Our carefully curated selection of the Best Comedy in New York for the month of December 2016

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: Closes 16th December 2016

A 20+ year veteran of the stand-up comedy scene, Louis C.K. is also an accomplished filmmaker and award-winning writer. Influenced by comics like George Carlin and Richard Pryor, C.K. is a master of black humor and a perpetual victim of his own life. More info

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: Closes 22nd January 2017

Nick Kroll and John Mulaney bring their iconic double act to Broadway in Fall 2016, after a sold out run at the Cherry Lane Theatre. As turtleneck and Alan Alda aficionados Gil Faizon and George St Geegland, they'll present their collective 'memoir on stage' detailing the lives of the two Upper West Side bachelor's and their rise to director/actor/creamed potato stand-ins. More info

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: 11th December

Martin Lawrence, the original Bad Boy of comedy is gearing up for the release of his long-awaited sequel Bad Boys For Life with Will Smith, set for general release in 2018. But the actor/comedian/singer isn't resting on his laurels until that happy day, as he's headed back on the road in 2017 for another national tour. Outspoken on subjects such as relationships, family and a vocal opposition to police brutality, Lawrence's raw style shows no sign of mellowing as we head into the new year. Be warned - this comic takes no prisoners at his shows! More info

: Closes 5th October 2017

Brooklyn-born Jerry Seinfeld takes up residence at the Beacon Theater throughout 2016, 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 28th June 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

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