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LA comedy calendar: Upcoming stand-up and comedy shows in LA

Explore our LA comedy calendar to find out which of your favorite stand-up comedians as well as sketch and improv groups have upcoming shows in Los Angeles

There's no shortage of cutting-edge comedy throughout LA's famous clubs, from live podcasts at Largo to improv teams at UCB. Keep tabs on your favorite stand-ups or up-and-coming comedians to watch with our up-to-date LA comedy calendar.

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Jacklyn S
Jacklyn S

For all you comedy aficionados:

 April 28, 2014 Free comedy show at the Kibitz room in Canter's Deli
It's an Amazing Line Up!


Natasha Leggero
Mo Mandel
Jake Weissman 
Hampton Yount
Josh Macuga
+Special guests

Hosted by Ester Steinberg

The atmosphere at the the monthly Kibitz Room Comedy Show is perfect for all you displaced east coasters and those nostalgic for NYC’s Lower East Side. The Bookers and Producers, Ester and Jacklyn Steinberg, know how to put together a solid lineup, often getting famous pals to do a spot and showcasing some of the city’s most talented unknowns. If you stop by this iconic Los Angeles deli, join us in the Kibitz room, grab a cocktail, sit back and enjoy the show.

+Special drop in

Past guests included: Bill Burr, Ron Funches, Avi Liberman Aristotle Athiras Eric Andre, Thomas Dale, Joe Kardon, Matt Portman, Ari Shaffir, Baron Vaughn, Andy Haynes (Conan, Jimmy Fallon) Fahim Anwar (Comedy Central, Goatface Comedy) Ben Bizuneh (Dat Shit Show) Adam Lustick , Moshe Kasher, Moe Mandel, and Big Jay Oakerson

Whatever
Whatever

If you say this we page is a comedy calendar, don't you think there should BE a comedy calendar on it?

Whatever
Whatever

If you say this we page is a comedy calendar, don't you think there should BE a comedy calendar on it?

Nikole Larson
Nikole Larson

Certainly there are more women headliners in Los Angeles, and I happen to familiar with many of them. I am surprised at few shows are promoted on this site that are not straight white men. I think this is a great resource, but would like to see more diversity in what shows or which comics are promoted.