LAst Laugh: This Week in Comedy

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There are plenty of shows all over town this week, from Irvine to Ontario and Hermosa Beach to Burbank. Get out and laugh!

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Cartoon Dump, 8p Steve Allen Theater. Frank Conniff and Erica Doering bring crazy cartoon comedy to the Steve Allen Theater.

Harold Night, 8p UCB. It’s an extended Harold Night, with six teams playing in different segments, at 8pm, 9:30pm and 11pm.


Jokes 4 Miles, 1p Laugh Factory. The Hollywood Laugh Factory on Sunset is running a joke-a-thon to raise awareness and money for a young man with brain cancer. More info here.

Five Comics & A Side of Fries, 9p Michael’s Bar & Grill. Burbank is bringing Matt Champagne, Eliza Skinner, Brandie Posey and others out to play.


FUN, 8p Bar Lubitsch. Matt Ingebretson and Jake Weisman host a new West Hollywood comedy show. This week features Natasha Leggero, Eddie Pepitone, Rory Scovel and more.

Cagematch, 11p UCB. One of the best weekly improv shows, Cagematch pits two improv teams together in a fight to the death. This week: long-running winners Heather & Miles against Lennon Parham and Zach Woods as Skinny Business Will Not Apologize.


TJ Miller, 8p Comedy & Magic Club. Miller is doing one night down in Hermosa Beach.

A Carlin Home Companion, 8p Santa Monica Playhouse. It’s another round of stories from Carlin’s daughter about the comic legend’s life and legacy.


Titter: A Twitter Show, 8p Dangerfield’s 3. Head towards downtown to find this scrappy space, hosting a night of tweets and twitterers.

Jay Mohr, 10p Ontario Improv. Mohr will be out in Ontario for two shows each night this weekend.


Pablo Francisco, 9p Irvine Improv. Francisco is down in Irvine for a whole slew of shows this weekend.

Eddie Ifft, 10p Hollywood Improv. Ifft is in Hollywood for one late Saturday show.


Murder at the Conga Club, 6:30p Sevilla (Long Beach). One of LA’s longest-running murder mystery dinner experience is coming back to life.

Neil Hamburger, 8:30p The Satellite. Hamburger continues his run at The Satellite, with Nick Thune, Brody Stevens and Kenny “K-Strass” Strasser.