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New York Comedy in January 2015

Our selection of the best comedy in New York for the month of January 2015

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Isaac Stern Auditorium : 9th January

Comedian, writer and actor Patton Oswalt has spent the last decade headlining comedy clubs & theaters all over America in addition to nine seasons playing the role of Spence on CBS's hit show, King of Queens. He also voiced "Remy the Rat," the lead voice in Pixar's blockbuster hit, Ratatouille. From pop culture trivia to politics, there is rarely a subject on which he isn't well-versed, and guaranteed to make his audiences consider, long after the laughter has finished. More info

Beacon Theater : 30th January

Since coming to America's attention with his stints on The Daily Show, this fast talking brit has managed to create a home for himself and his hilarious political satire on this side of the pond. Now the esteemed host of HBO's Last Week Tonight, Oliver is sharp, uncompromising and always totally catchable as he digests difficult topics (from the death penalty to the Fifa World Cup) with doses of his unique comedy styling. More info

Barclays Center : 2nd January

Pimpin' may not be easy, but it's one hell of a career move. Since his breakout role as the procurer Money Mike in "Friday After Next", everything comedian Katt Williams has touched turns to gold. In September, Williams released "The Pimp Chronicles Pt. 1" on HBO, which became the network's highest-rated comedy special. More info

NYCB Theatre at Westbury : 31st January

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. More info

Town Hall Theater : 11th January

Terry Fator is an American ventriloquist and Impressionist. He was the winner of the second season of 'America's got Talent' and can perform up to 100 impressions often using puppets to assisst his act. Perfect for a night out, Fator will have you in stitches within seconds of arriving on stage and will have you laughing all the way home. More info

NYCB Theatre at Westbury : 30th January

One of the most controversial comics of all time, Andrew Dice Clay is experiencing a bit of a career resurgence of late. With recent appearances in Entourage and his much heralded dramatic turn in Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine, the x-rated comic is back in the spotlight after years out of the public eye. More info

Gilman Opera House : 28th January

Miranda July and Lena Dunham are two distinctively creative, original and successful women, both highly lauded in the indie film and acting sphere. When the two come together for an evening of conversation, its safe to say the audience is in for more than just a by-the-book-interview between host Dunham and her guest July. 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

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