Fri, Mar 31, 2023
Sat, Apr 1, 2023
Sun, Apr 2, 2023
Shows are for 21 and over only, with valid ID.
*2 Drink minimum per person.*
Doors open 30-60 minutes prior depending on showtime.
*All show lineups are subject to change.
(In this Covid era, our lineups can and may change at the last minute, as needed.)
**For those guests who may need extra assistance in seating or space for a wheelchair, we kindly ask that you call the club and leave a message letting us know, along with your name and the show you are attending. 408.736.0921 That way we can be sure to reserve the table with the best access for you.
Ismael Loutfi is a comedian, writer, and actor whodeveloped his deeply acerbic sense ofhumorgrowing up a Muslim in rural North Florida. He’s been called ‘gifted’, ‘quick-witted’, and a‘neurotic toe-rag’by many friends’ parents. Ismael is currently writing on anUnt. Ramy YoussefProject.Before that, hewrote for the critically acclaimedPatriot Act with Hasan MinhajonNetflix for the entirety of its run.Ismael’s Comedy Central Half Hour special,Sound It Out,debuted in early March 2022. Hisstand up was previously featured onThis Week at the Cellar, Jimmy Kimmel Live,and hewasselected by Bill Burr for his personally curatedstand up seriesBill Burr Presents: TheRingers.He has performed on the FOX Night of Comedy showcase and has been named a NewFace of Comedy by the prestigious Just for Laughs comedy festival.Ismael can be seen in HBO’sHigh Maintenance, the Sarah Silverman-producedPleaseUnderstand Me,and multiple episodes of Comedy Central’sAhamed’s Ramadan Diary.
Commonly described as clever, absurd, awkward but in a funny way and too smart for his own good, Kevin O’Shea has been on IFC and ComedyCentral.com. He is a favorite of comedy festivals such as The SF SketchFest and the Bridgetown Comedy Festival. In 2012 he co-founded Cynic Cave, San Francisco and possibly the nation’s only comedy show in the basement of a video store. It grew to become one of SF’s most beloved comedy shows, garnering praise from the San Francisco Chronicle and the SF Weekly.
He now resides in Brooklyn, NY with his feelings.Kevin is by far one of the most impressive and unique joke writers I’ve ever encountered. A little dark and crass, he’s challenging, makes you work for it. He’s also nice and hard working. Embodies San Francisco’s wit and grit. "Make time to see him!" - Courting Comedy OJ Patterson
Shannon Murphy is a nanny by day and by night she’s whatever the opposite of a nanny is. With her sweet and calm demeanor, Shannon has the pleasure of surprising audiences all over the San Francisco Bay Area with her dry wit and juvenile humor, making them lean in to hear what she's going to say next. Shannon is a regular at the San Francisco Punch Line, Cobbs Comedy club, San Jose Improv, and Rooster T Feathers. She’s opened for comedians such as John Witherspoon, Greg Behrendt, Sheng Wang, Tony Hinchcliffe, Marcella Arguello, Jesus Trejo, and Michael Ian Black.