Event ticket: Belly Laughs - A Night of Comedy
Ready to laugh your ass off? Join us and 4 talented comics for a very good night. This is our first comedy night since pre-panny and we are SO EXCITED to laugh with you all.
Date: Saturday, June 10th
Doors open at 6:30pm - show starts at 7:00pm
This event takes place at our store at 5335 N. Figueroa St Los Angeles, CA 90042. This is an in-store event only (we will not be streaming this.)
Armless chair seating will be available. If you need specific special accommodations, please email us to discuss.
Show may take place inside or outside depending on crowd size and weather.
One Ticket per person to enter the show. Please show your order number at the door.
Code of Conduct: All guests are expected to be respectful to the performers as well as the attendees and staff. We reserve the right to refuse service or ask you to leave if you are being disruptive or unkind.
Ever is a non-binary, award winning actor, writer, and comedian. Most recently named a Just for Laughs New Face of 2022, and one of Vulture Magazine's Comics You Should Know for 2022. Ever is also 1/2 of the critically acclaimed Podcast -Y'all Gay
Variety Magazine describes Ever as a “Wildcard,.. Hysterically funny and a force one can see a mile away...” for their performance in Netflix’s The Feels, opposite Constance Wu. Ever has also been seen as Lomey in Mark Duplass’ Paddelton, and stars as Marcy in Conan O’Brien’s new digital series, Meet the Staff, and is the voice of the Whisperer in Disney's The Mysterious Benedict Society.
Ever has written for beavis and butthead,Scy-Fy, E!, Huffington Post, The Guardian, Wilshire Studios and more. Ever has been rated as one of the Top- 3 U.S. Imports in the Edinburgh Fringe for their one-person show, Let Me Be Your Main Man, and has performed stand-up across the U.S. and Europe.
Ever’s spontaneous characters, quick-witted anecdotes, and quirky mannerisms will have you laughing well after their performance. Their background in improv gives them the ability to create visceral and border line cathartic moments in their crowd work and off the cuff riffs.
Madison is a comedian, writer, producer, and actor.
She has opened for Maria Bamford and Dulcé Sloan, her standup was featured on WhoHaha, Funny or Die, and Buzzfeed. As an actor, she can be seen in Comedy Central’s The New Negroes, HBO’s Barry, and she plays Gail on Freeform’s series Single Drunk Female.
In 2020, she was on the creative team for the 72nd Primetime Emmy’s, wrote for seasons 4 & 5 of Netflix’s The Circle, and currently is writing on the Roku Original’s Roku Recommends.
Danielle Perez is a comedian, actor, and writer best known as the woman in a wheelchair, with no feet, who won a treadmill on The Price Is Right.
She appeared as a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live! for her hilarious reaction to winning the awkward prize.
Before viral video fame, Danielle rolled onto the Los Angeles comedy scene and quickly established herself as a unique voice with her bubbly stage presence and dark wit.
A 2019 and 2018 StandUp NBC Semifinalist, Danielle performs nightly at comedy clubs at and alt venues across Los Angeles and comedy festivals across the country including: SF Sketchfest, Laughing Skull, Boston Women In Comedy, All Jane, and Brooklyn.
She has opened for Maria Bamford, Josh Gondelman, Cristela Alonzo, and Guy Branum and performed on Nick Kroll & Friends at Largo.
Danielle's personal and biting stand-up can be heard on Roxane Gay and Tressie McMillian's podcast, "Hear To Slay" and Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher's "Put Your Hands Together".
You can catch Danielle acting on Netflix's Special and Russian Doll as well as Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Funny, feminist, and fierce, this bold Latina isn't afraid to get personal. Danielle has been profiled by CNN, Refinery29, Great Big Story, and in 2018 she was honored by Los Angeles Magazine as one of the "13 Powerful Women Who Are Making L.A. a Better Place". Not just a performer, Danielle is a disability rights advocate who speaks on the importance of diversity in entertainment and is an advisor on disability at Jill Soloway's 5050by2020, an intersectional arm of the Time's Up movement.
Paige is a Los Angeles-Based Stand Up Comedian, Podcaster, and Writer.
She has performed in clubs and festivals all over the US.
She has been a featured performer with Roast Battle for SXSW 2022; and co-hosts weekly podcasts, Cult Podcast, Horror Virgin, and Romancing the Pod.