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New York Comedy & Stand-up in March 2015

Our selection of the best comedy & stand-up in New York for the month of March 2015

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Tarrytown Music Hall : 26th March

The twice Grammy-winning Lewis Black is the perfect demonstration of that rare comic, who can cause you to laugh while making compelling points about the absurdity of the world around you. He brings this talent to his latest show. More info

Town Hall Theater : Closes 8th March 2015

Craig Ferguson entered the world of late night comedy following a diverse and eclectic career that encompasses film, television and the stage. Since taking the helm of The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson in 2005, the show has set all-time viewer records and achieved the highest ratings since the shows inception in 1995. In between film and tv commitments, he has performed his solo Hot and Grumpy Tour since 2013, which continued through 2014 and now into this year. More info

Tarrytown Music Hall : 28th March

Lisa Lampanelli is a Grammy-nominated stand-up comedienne. She has toured with Larry the Cable Guy who is part of the Blue Collar Tour with whom she starred with in the film Delta Farce. She made her name by starring in many of the roasts of many famous personalities such as Chevy Chase, William Shatner and Pamela Anderson. Lampanelli is one of the finest stand up and insult comics around and will have you in stitches for many hours after you leave th show. More info

Beacon Theater : 27th March

Join the hilarious cast of Bob's Burgers for this extra-special evening of stand-up,live script reads and more hi jinks! Featuring the whole Belcher family, this is a must see for fans of the uproarious animated show, just don't ask who's watching the restaurant! More info

NYCB Theatre at Westbury : 13th March

Before Leno followed in the footsteps of legendary NBC late-night hosts Steve Allen, Jack Paar and Johnny Carson as the host of the Emmy Award-winning and top-rated "The Tonight Show," he honed his comedy in clubs all over the country, often exceeding 300 dates per year.... More info

Gramercy Theatre : Closes 7th March 2015

A bisexual, American Korean, Margaret Cho has some claim on the title of Patron Saint of Outsiders. Never less than searingly honest, she speaks to people of all persuasions, especially those that enjoy expertly constructed dick and STD jokes. Her routines blend scatological humour and social commentary in such a deft, big-hearted delivery that even her filthiest material feels like a warm hug. More info

Isaac Stern Auditorium : 14th March

With the face of a teenager and a deep, rich voice that belie his 32 years of age, the Emmy-winning John Mulaney is a relatively new kid on the comedy block, taking the scene by storm with his acerbic, intelligent observational humour. A writer for Saturday Night Live (see the hilarious 'Stefon' sketches) and star of his 2014 self-titled sitcom on Fox, Mulaney resonates with his generation as he weathers the climes of adulthood and uncertainty, all the while coming across as an adorable geek. More info

NYCB Theatre at Westbury : 22nd March

Tomlin has been a major force in American comedy since the late 1960's when she began a career as a stand up comedian and became a featured performer on television's Laugh-in. Her career has spanned television, comedy recordings, Broadway, and motion pictures, enjoying acclaimed success in each medium. More info

Apollo Theater : Closes 24th June 2015

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

Wellmont Theatre : 28th March

One of the hottest up and coming talents in the world of comedy, Hannibal Buress is fresh off the success of his own Comedy Central Special. The Chicago native arrived in New York in 2008 with $200 in his pocket and dreams of making it in the world of stand up. It's a testament to his talent that within a year he had landed a writing gig at SNL, which in turn led to stint on the staff at 30 Rock. Currently co-hosting Adult Swim's cult The Eric Andre Show, stand up remains Buress' first love. His routine is left-field randomness cased inside a breezy conversational tone, that has drawn comparisons to Steven Wright and the late great Mitch Hedberg. More info

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