The FUNNY MONEY COMEDY SHOW!.
The FUNNY MONEY Comedy Show!! Returns to The Laff House WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 26th with the PRE-HALLOWEEN EDITION COMEDY SHOW!!!!!!!Featuring TOMMY TURNER, "HAITIAN" JONAS, and starring TOMMY 2 SMOOV as 2 of his most popular characters, LULU MAE & FELICIANO "FUNK DAT" FERNANDEZ!!!...also a PRIZE for the best costumed audience member!...All of this for the low price of 2 TIX for $15!...Call JKC Productions 267-205-4768 for tickets & info...
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FREE PARKING SOUTH ST. ON WEDNESDAYS!!!
DISCOUNT TICKET VALIDATION AT LOT ON 2nd & LOMBARD and LOT UNDER LAFF HOUSE (ENTER AT 3rd & SOUTH)
FUNNY MONEY COMEDY SHOW!!!.
Every last Wednesday of the month at The Laff House is Funny Money!!! This month will feature CRAZY JAY, JOE THE BOSS, AND SURPRISES GUESTS!! Hosted by Josh Kosh and Shawn Jackson. Showtime: 8:00pm Wednesday, March 30th. $10 in advance. For tickets, call: 215-440-HAHA (4242)
Laugh Out Loud.
The Laff House is cool if you just want to get your laugh on. But as far as drinks and food are concerned you will wait a while to receive either. There are only like 3 waitresses for about 25 tables so it takes a while to be served.
Serving up laughs five nights a week.. The Deal Sure, you can pay for jokes from panhandlers on South Street, but the only proper comedy club on the strip is the Laff House. Doing its best to move away from the stale, rote '80s comedy club experience still espoused by typical suburban-motel-based clubs, the Laff House has a brash hip-hop vibe that's nonetheless all-inclusive. The spacious, dark room has small tables, so visitors aren't stuck sitting with total strangers. Yes, there's the dreaded brick wall, but it's next to the stage, minimizing its impact. The menu is small and cheap: various wrap sandwiches for $5-7, along with chicken tenders, wings, and fries.
The Deal The Laff House features a good mix of local and national talent. Wednesdays are open mic nights, with signup at 7:30pm. Generally, admission prices are between $12.50 and $15 on Fridays and Saturdays, but certain national headliners and special engagements might cost more, so call ahead for details.
Overall, a good experience. A decent alternative to your typical date. The crowd was a little thin, even for the late show. One of the comics was terrible, but the other two were funny. I would go back if a big name ever swung through Philly.