There’s a deliciously arty feel to this left-leaning, eco-friendly BK venue, which runs on wind power and serves old-fashioned cocktails from a bar built from salvaged bowling alley lanes. Littlefield’s booking policy is similarly eclectic: A typical week features hip-hop, folk and soul gigs, plus quirky club nights.
622 DeGraw St
|Cross street:||between Third and Fourth Aves|
|Transport:||Subway: R to Union St|
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Your Love, Our Musical!
Musical-comedy improv can evoke intense anxiety for the audience: Not only do you have the basic tension of hoping the improvisers can keep their show flowing harmoniously, you also worry whether they can do so in actual harmony. But from the moment ...Musicals Saturday February 13 2016Read more
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The Rejection Show: Valentine's Day Heartbreak Haven
After he had just been dumped and passed over for a job at Comedy Central, Jon Friedman decided to make a show out of his misery. Focusing on heartbreaks and sad single life, Friedman exposes the sorrows that come with break ups on stage in comedic pride....Sunday February 14 2016Read more
Night Train with Wyatt Cenac
If you told us a few years back that Gowanus would be home to one of the best-curated stand-up showcases, we’d think you’d accidentally ingested some polluted canal water. Yet host Wyatt Cenac, who oozes both Brooklyn cool and genuine thoughtfulness,...Stand-up Wednesday February 17 2016 - Wednesday December 21 2016Read more
Jo Firestone and her Rodney Dangerfield impersonator father, Fred, host this beloved competition, in which the first 18 individuals or duos to sign up at the door attempt to pun-up each other's spontaneously produced word-play. Winners are determined...Sketch shows Tuesday March 1 2016Read more