Lincoln Lodge moves to Subterranean
The alt-comedy institution finds a new home in Wicker Park
Thu Feb 13 2014
Photograph: Honk Honk Photography
The Lincoln Lodge has found a new home. Two months after losing its home of 14 years with the closing of the Lincoln Restaurant, the comedy institution is back in weekly business beginning February 28 at Subterranean.
The long-running stand-up showcase, which in years past has nurtured rising local talents the likes of Hannibal Buress, TJ Miller and Kumail Nanjiani, will run Fridays at 8pm, with Sean Flannery's The Blackout Diaries returning to an open run Saturdays at 8pm beginning March 1. Both shows will be $10 and ages 21 and up, with tickets available at thelincolnlodge.com or subt.net.
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