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Witness the crazy comedy events in Baltimore at the venues near you to laugh till your belly hurts. You cannot miss the chance to witness the popular names of the comedy scene. There are improv workshops, comedy class and comedy shows in Baltimore too where you can try your hands out.
Lighten yourself and laugh it out at a comedy event near you in Baltimore.
|14 Aug 2021||Sugar Brown Burlesque Bad & Bougie Show (Baltimore )||Patapsco Arena, Baltimore|
|14 Oct 2021||Baltimore MD An Evening with David Sedaris||Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, Baltimore|
|30 Sep 2021||Atsuko Presents hi 930 at Ottobar Baltimore||Ottobar, Baltimore|
|07 Aug 2021||Mustang Alleys Open Mic Night [Stand-up Comedy]||Mustang Alley's Bar, Bowling, and Bistro, Baltimore|
|11 Sep 2021||Intern John||Rams Head Live, Baltimore|
|14 Aug 2021||Highwire Improv||The Crown, Baltimore|
|14 Aug 2021||Improv Showcase at The Crown||The Crown Baltimore|
|31 Jul 2021||Above The Bar x Art Of Comedy presents THE SHOWCASE||Motor House, Baltimore|
|19 Aug 2021||The Spirit of Improv||Old Line Spirits, Baltimore|
|30 Oct 2021||A Taste of Nigeria Festival - Baltimore||Greektown Square & Event Center, Baltimore|
Business expands faster in Washington, but Baltimore remains as one of the amusing stops when seeing through the eyes of the tourists. The city is among the more enjoyable destinations over the east coast. Besides its splashy festivals, gigs, adventures and several other options the Charm City has also spread its wings in performing arts. Among all of this far-reaching art segment, Comedy in Baltimore has come a long way. With a nurturing environment, which allows people to grind their crafts, a steady stream of comics and with the advancement of performing spaces, performers now can build a base of audience and draw up for a shot at the big time. Baltimore comedy clubs are those places where the Baltimoreans can go to have a series of entertainment after a long hectic day.
The scene of comedy in Baltimore is growing day by day, and a core of people here are developing their voices as improvisers, comedians and also building up their relationship with audiences. The Baltimore comedy clubs are the perfect places in the city to nurture the appropriate environment for comedy and to showcase the national as well as local talents in this platform. Baltimore Comedy Factory is such a place that hosts multiple shows of popular performers like Comedian Donnell Rawlings, Rodney Perry and many more. Another one, the Magooby's Joke House in Timonium showcases national and local stand-up comics and improv in a spacious showroom along with the accessibility of a full bar and mouth-watering foods.
Subtle comedy events have also boosted up alongside all the dimension of this form in Baltimore. If you are planning to enjoy a fun-filled night with your friends, the comedy shows in Baltimore are the best options to contend with. Shows like The Clean Comedy Show in Magooby’s Joke House can provide a wonderful Sunday afternoon filled up with fun and laughter with your friends and family. Another new side of comedy in Baltimore has been expanded by open mic events inspired by some Baltimore comedy clubs. Also, the events like stand up comedy make the root strong of this form. Shows like live stand up comedy by Jordan Raybould at Joe Squared is full of entertainment and will obviously be a night to remember.
According to Marc Unger, a veteran comic who has performed in several states and co-owns Magooby’s with his brother, Andrew once mentioned that comedy in Baltimore had improved dramatically over the past few years with a renaissance in terms of the number of performers. And the Baltimore comedy festivals have done a lot to make this position. Baltimore Improv Group hosts a diverse range of weekly performances for people who want to laugh and classes who want to know how to make people laugh. The group also offers free comedy events including Art, Podcast Recordings and many more in its annual Baltimore Comedy Festival. Another one called the Charm City Comedy Project’s Comedy Festival is the place to enjoy the talents of the local comics and improv performers with the guidance of some famous artists.