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Greenwich Village
Comedy Club NYC
99 Macdougal Street
New York, NY 10012

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Greenwich Village Comedy Club presents a lineup full of Top Headliners. These are the best comedians from New York City with special guests from all across the country. You’ve seen them on MTV, HBO, The Tonight Show, Comedy Central, The Daily Show, Last Comic Standing and more!

Tickets at the door $20 cash. Online listed for $15-30 in other. Pay just $5 via links on this page.

After completing payment, please arrive at the club at least 30 minutes before showtime for seating. First come first serve serve general admission on all tickets, so if you are first in line, you can have front row seats.

Remember, New York comedy clubs require a two drink minimum.

Broadway Comedy Club
This Mother’s Day, treat mom to some much needed laughs

Monday September 23, 2019 9:30pm

Jay Jurden Just for Laughs

Talia Reese Sirius XM

Hanna Dickinson Tru TV

Wali Collins Comedy Central

Tuesday September 24 9:30pm

Melissa Diaz NY Comedy Festival

Jason Salmon OITNB

Atheer Yacoub AXS

Teddy Smith Sirius XM

Wednesday September 24 9:30pm

Jay Jurden Just for Laughs

Joanne Filan LOGO

Danny Palmer FOX Laughs

Leah Bonnema IFC, VH1

Thursday September 25 9:30pm

Melissa Diaz NY Comedy Festival

Adel Aliazdeh High Times

Dustin Chafin HBO Showtime

Teddy Smith AXS


Friday September 26 9:30pm

Jay Jurden Just for Laughs

Tony Deyo Conan

Melissa Diaz NY Comedy Festival

Mike Britt Netflix

Saturday September 27 8:30pm

Jay Jurden Just for Laughs

Joe Larson Tonight Show

Melissa Diaz NY Comedy Festival

Mike Britt Netflix

Sunday September 28 9:30pm

Allan Fuks Sirius XM

Rich Kiamco NBC Diversity

Hanna Dickinson Tru TV

Wali Collins Comedy Central


Greenwich Village Comedy Club

Al Martin’s name is synonymous with comedy in New York City, and is responsible for launching the careers of many top comedians working today. Martin’s first venture in the comedy club business was in 1988 when he established the New York Comedy Club out of a need to help and showcase talented comedians. An accomplished comedian himself, Al was a National Headliner with numerous television credits such as The Joan Rivers Show, Geraldo and Evening At The Improv. Al was always more than just a comedian; he was an activist for the comedy community serving as Vice President of the Professional Comedians Association, and was instrumental in the organization dedicated to bringing health insurance and improving working conditions for comics. Although performing was a love for Martin he found his niche as a comedy club owner. He soon found himself helping his fellow comedians that he had once worked beside. Sarah Silverman, Lisa Lampanelli, Brett Butler, Tracy Morgan and Wanda Sykes are just a few comedians who have graced his stages over the years. New York Comedy Club became the first comedy club with two showrooms in 1997. Al was one of the first club owners to embrace diversity in the comedy world by establishing the first Latino Comedy Night at New York Comedy Club. He’s also facilitated and welcomed to his stage shows featuring gay, urban and Asian communities. In 2000 Martin opened New York Comedy Club in Boca Raton, which he ran successfully until late 2006. With the success of two clubs Al decided to expand his brand and in 2002 opened the Broadway Comedy Club, located in the heart of Times Square, the only bi- level entertainment complex with three showrooms in NYC, serving over 600 comedy lovers from around the world nightly. In 2005 he partnered with Barry Katz, executive producer of NBC’s Last Comic Standing to run Boston Comedy Club, giving Martin the bragging rights to being the first person to run three comedy clubs in New York City. In the Summer of 2012 Martin expanded his comedy ventures into Greenwich Village, in New York City with the opening of Greenwich Village Comedy Club, from day one the club has been filled every night with a lively downtown crowd and top comedians making them laugh! Martin’s clubs attract comedy fans from around the world including some of the biggest celebrities from Jay-Z & Beyonce, Andre Aggasi, Jimmy Fallon, Montel Williams, and Harry Connick Jr. On stage or behind the scenes, Al Martin will go down in history as the King of New York Comedy. Martin is a brilliant thinker and innovator of his time, and has made New York City the World’s Capital of Comedy.

Al Martin talks his career as comedy producer and club owner PODCAST

Episode 115-Al Martin

New York City’s top comedy club owner, Al Martin, shares the secret to running a great spot for comics. Martin talks about his comedy beginnings, his love of helping other comedians develop, and how he created many of the popular formats used to give up and coming comedians stage time. Al Martin and host Matt Bailey also discuss the kinds of things a club booker looks for, as well as Al’s favorite kind of comedy. Plus, where exactly is the line the between being inspired by a comedian and lifting their material? It can be a tricky line to walk. All that and more with comedy impresario Al Martin!

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  • OPEN MICS – a bunch of comics work on material off hours at the clubs. If you can get a laugh at these, you may be ready for prime time. This is more class room than performance.
  • BRINGER SHOWS – Bring a few guests and get some stage time. 10 comics can fill a room, giving the comics a real audience to perform. Many bringers are just ways for mediocre comics to pay the bills. However, producing and performing bringers gives comics real comedy show experience. And many “Bringers” are legit industry audition shows. Don’t waste your friends on too many bringers. Save them for the big shows.
  • BARKER SHOWS – Instead of filling room with friends, comics get strangers in off the street. If you are in any big city there are folks looking for stuff to do.
    FYI – Barker Shows in 2016 and beyond – When I first started I barked in a crowd better than most. I started producing my own shows because “why make money for others if I am that good” but then I got older. BUT THEN Social Media… Use Social Media as a Marketing Tool and save yourself MANY nights in the cold begging in an audience.
  • SELF- PRODUCED SHOWS – Get yourself a 2-hour block at a club. Book your own comics. Get an audience. Make some cash and give yourself some stage time. You can produce an Open Mic, Bring, Barker, or even a Pro Show. Many comics will shell out some $$ for a headliner to help sell tickets and give them selves a chance to work with great talent.
  • COMEDY TEAM – Make friends. Get a team of comics together and co-produce shows. Take turns MCing each week. Bark in an audience together for fill room with friends.


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