The world's gonna end soon, so you may as well end it all with laughter. The weekly Comedy Night at Hotel Andaluz will be hosting the show Fresh Faces of 2017 on Feb. 2, focusing on local comedians like the incredibly energetic Royal Wood and supporting acts Greg Ziomek and Axiao Daniels. Hosts (and comedians) Holly Byrd and Kevin Baca get the lelz rolling in the gorgeous Casablanca Showroom at 8pm every Thursday for free. Hotel Andaluz • Thu Feb 2 • 8-10pm • Free • 21+ • View on Alibi calendar
He’s Bringing Funny Back
Comedian Will Spottedbear is back in Burque
Call and response with John Fugelsang and Danger K. Varoz
Our Own Colbert
The city’s top comedian now has her own talk show
Stand Up for What You Believe In
Comedian Hari Kondabolu brings truth, visibility to the stage
Address the Hero in You
Friday, Feb 17: The Lady in Question
Thursday, Feb 9: Brian Posehn
Saturday, Dec 10: OY! A Comedy with Chutzpah
Why So Serious
Wednesday, Oct 19: Why The Long Face Comedy Tour
Cyclists Laugh Longer
Sunday, Sep 18: Bike In Comedy
Hand to Mouth
Friday, Jul 22: Finger Mouth
Guffaw, Chuckle, Giggle
Saturday, Jul 9: Laughs for Literacy
All’s Fair in Love and Comedy
A conversation with Kosher Kasher and Natty Leggs
Whiskey, Laughs & Butterflies
A first foray into standup comedy
Not Your Average Dream Blog
I was in New York City. I was watching a beautiful young man explain that “bucket drummers are particularly impressive because no one trains them” so very kindly to an elderly woman.
Suddenly I was in my chair at work seeing his face on my screen. “Hannibal Buress Live at The Historic El Rey Theater this Tuesday night!” the page said.
I became hot as I ferociously typed away buying tickets. Click. Click-click. Tap-tap-tap-tap. Click. CLICK.
Then I realized it wasn't a dream, but a dream come true. The brilliant comedian Hannibal Buress will be in Albuquerque Tuesday, April 26, at 7:30pm for those of us lucky sinners that are over 21.
Mr. Buress will also be in Santa Fe to perform at Skylight at 8pm, so those lucky bastards in Santa Fe get to be closer to him but it's not like it really matters because we all have the chance to absorb some of his near-perfect comedic genius.