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Laugh Factory Offers Free Meals, Toys And Entertainment On Christmas

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Comics serving up a free meal on Thanksgiving (Photo via The Laugh Factory/Facebook)
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If you're looking for a free meal and some fun tomorrow, the Laugh Factory will be providing both. The Laugh Factory will host their 36th Annual Free Christmas Dinner & Toy Giveaway on Dec. 25. Comedians will both serve and perform during four separate seatings, and children who attend will be given toys. Last year, 2,500 people were served, according to a release.

All are welcome, whatever their situation. Meals are served at 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. After each meal, there will be a comedy show. Previous entertainers have included Kevin Nealon, Dave Chapelle and Tom Dreesen.

Laugh Factory owner Jamie Masada told FOX 11 that one woman has been coming to the dinner every Christmas for 34 years. Masada will be greeting guests at the door, and encourages those who might know someone who is spending the holidays alone or in need to reach out.

"Perhaps someone is bashful or there might be someone who needs a ride," he said in a statement. "Particularly at this difficult time, you might know of someone who has suffered, and whose children could use a toy and warm holiday meal.”

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The comedy club held a similar event on Thanksgiving.

The Laugh Factory at 8001 Sunset Blvd. on the Sunset Strip, 323-656-1336