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Comedians Erin Ingle, Ricci Armani, Geoff Brousseau and John Gardner
Comedian Erin Ingle
Comedian Geoff Brousseau
Comedian Ricci Armani
Comedian John Gardner
Nov 14, 2019 at 8:30 PM
Laughs Comedy Club
Seattle, WA
Ticket sales ended Nov 14, 2019 9:00 PM. Additional tickets may be available at the box office.
Doors open at 7:30pm for the 8:30pm show Everyone must be over 18 for the early show with ID. There is a two item minimum menu purchase in the showroom. seating is first and first served.
- 18+ Show -
Live Comedy : Genre: Rated PG-18
Comedian Erin Ingle | 8:30 PM
Erin Ingle may just be Seattle's sharpest stoner and tenderest feminist, with comedy that's equal parts joy and judgment. Erin has been performing stand-up since 2012 and currently features in clubs around the PNW. National touring is next on her list, following her performance at 2019s Laughing Skull Comedy Festival and on Comedy Central's "Roast Battle II.”

She's a crowd favorite at bars and breweries all over, and has been seen on NBC, in the “Seattle International Comedy Competition,” at “SheDevil NYC,” “10,000 Laughs,” and “Laugh Your Asheville Off” comedy festivals. She hopes one day to be friends with someone who owns a glamorous boat.
Comedian Geoff Brousseau | 8:30 PM
Geoff Brousseau
Comedian Ricci Armani | 8:30 PM
"I am Ricci (Ritchie) Armani from Tacoma Washington. New to the comedy scene, having started in February 2019 at Laughs. I when I grow up I want to be Jessica Lange. I would say that my stories are 100% shameless and NSFW. I think struggling to find a quality man in Seattle in the age of hipsters and millennials makes for great comedy."
Comedian John Gardner | 8:30 PM
John Gardner grew up just a couple miles away from Laughs Comedy Club in the Lake City neighborhood of Seattle. He knows that’s nothing to brag about. Raised by Reagan Republicans who gardened, composted, and donated to Green Peace, John grew up confused, and that’s before he started Catholic School. While he looks like the epitome of a 1950’s white guy, his perspective is far from clean-cut. An accountant by day, and a comedian by night, John’s mid-life crisis started in his twenties, and he does not appear to be growing out of it. John considers comedy his true calling, although no one called him to do it. John has been building his act in his home city of Seattle for the last 8 years, which is too long. His progress is evidenced by the fact that his friends still come out to see him, depending on who else is on the show.
Tickets
General Admission
$10.00
Event Schedule

Comedian Erin Ingle

8:30 PM

Comedian Geoff Brousseau

8:30 PM

Comedian Ricci Armani

8:30 PM

Comedian John Gardner

8:30 PM