As Monty Python famously advised: ‘Always Look on the Bright Side of Life’. We might not be able to choose the news, but we can certainly choose how we look at the people, the politics and the places behind the headlines. More often than not, that means finding the comedy in history. Step forward those with the ability to parody, lampoon, satirise or simply impersonate the quirkier elements of our society. When the newspapers present the world as it is, sometimes the best remedy is to let some well-selected Evening of Comedy tickets show the world as it should be. At StubHub you con both buy and sell your tickets, via our friendly e-ticketing website.
Evening of Comedy background
With the renaissance in live comedy, we’re seeing some of our best-loved performers heading back out onto the circuit. Stadium-filling comedians from Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle to Jerry Seinfeld and Kevin Hart are relishing the opportunity to get come out from behind the studio camera and connect with their fans on stage. The results are often era-defining, breaking down taboos and frequently addressing the issues nobody else dares to discuss. Buy your Evening of Comedy tickets at StubHub and you could find yourself on the front row.
Historic comedy performances
Everyone has their favourite routine that they can reproduce with friends in the bar, with family at the dinner table, or even alone in front of the bathroom mirror. Think of George Carlin’s brilliant ‘Seven Words you can’t Say on TV’, Steven Wright’s droll one-liners, Russell Peters’ cheeky take on racial differences, or Eddie Izzard’s impromptu routines that take the audience on surreal flights of fancy. With so much variety, you really never know what to expect from your Evening of Comedy tickets beyond tears of laughter, aching sides and a smile on your face the next day.
Whatever your taste, whether it’s the warm, family-friendly observational comedy of Michael McIntyre, or the toe-curling, sharp satire of Jimmy Carr or Bob Saget, there has never been a better time to see your favourite comedians in the flesh. The rise in record-breaking sell-out tours clearly suggests that laughter really is the best medicine. For those comedians who learnt their craft performing to sparse audiences in tiny venues, the reward today is a status more normally associated with rock stars. We’ve seen Jeff Dunham, Dane Cook, Louis CK and Kevin Hart fill arenas, and we’re just as likely now to look to John Oliver or Trevor Noah to make sense of current affairs as the established news networks.
You've seen the clips online, you've probably worn out the DVD. Snap up some Evening of Comedy tickets, though, and you can see your comedy heroes in their element.