watch comedy central instead!!! way too small of a place for as many as they let in.....and there is always a heckler ruining everything. ok....the comedians are great!!! as always,.,just hope that you dont get stuck sitting by a bachelorette party....as they are always drunk loud and obnoxious.....after the second comic was getting peed off..they were finally asked to leave......we sat in the back section in the front row and were so squished together by others ...we couldnt even get up to use the restroom,.,,,,the place is wayyyyyyyy to small....we didnt even drink because we couldnt get out to go to the restroom. we had to sit there for 2 hours while strangers breathed down our necks. it was disgusting.....id recommend watching comedy central in tv then being boxed in by drunken strangers,,,,,the place was so hot people were complaining so much you could barely hear the comedians,,,,,only reason i went was i love kristin key,....but could hardly hear anything......if your date recommends this place.....id pass!!!!
Filthy, Filthy Comedy!. This is the best place in Louisville to see a comedy show! I saw this one guy there a couple months ago... his name was... AH! I can't remember his name right now. Anyway, he told this joke that was sooo funny. It started out with a guy walking into a talent agent's office to pitch some family act called "The Aristocrats" and then a bunch of crazy stuff happens... Oh man, it was just so funny! He really worded it perfectly. Man! I wish I could remember his name... Oh well.
Sharp performers keep the audience in stitches at this ever-popular comedy club..
Many of the nation's finest touring comedians perform at this popular club. Owner Tom Sobel is a major player on the comedy circuit, so he has his pick of choice acts. The same folks you see on "The Tonight Show" and "The Late Show" are headliners here and are always paired with at least two other comics.
While You're There
Comedy Caravan has also branched into the music business with an emphasis on jazz. Monday nights occasionally feature combos from New York and Chicago along with rising stars like saxophonist Eric Alexander. The room's ambience works nicely in both comedy and jazz club mode.
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