Sunday April 10th - 7:00PM
Midtown

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Requirements :

  • All sales final. Tickets are non-refundable.
  • $18 minimum purchase per person in showroom (includes drinks and snacks)
  • Ages 16 and up only
  • Individual comedian appearances subject to change without notice
  • Groups of 9+ please email groups@newyorkcomedyclub.com
  • Seating will be assigned based on on-time check in by groups as purchased. We cannot guarantee larger parties will be seated together or that tickets purchased separately can be combined at larger tables.
  • Walk up cover is higher than online presale price
  • Additional health and safety protocols may apply, based on updated state guidelines.

NY State Tax (8.875%) additional
ALL SALES ARE FINAL

Note: This event is at our Midtown location location
Meghan Hanley, Charles McBee, Regina DeCicco

MEGHAN HANLEY, fresh off her feature in Forbes Magazine, is a Brooklyn based, nationally touring stand-up comedian, who has appeared on AXSTV’s “Gotham Comedy Live,” The MSG Network, DreamsTV, Fox’s “Laughs” and “Red Eye.” Throughout the pandemic Meghan has been zooming from her bedroom for private events, fundraisers, and corporate clients, including The NFL, Bank of America, The Girl Scouts, Intel, Samsung and ZeniMax Online Studios. While at home, she also teamed up with Standup2corona.org, a non profit, that kept comedians at work, while putting food into the food bank, through Feeding America. In November, she filmed a “Dry Bar Comedy Special,” that will be released in 2022, along with her debut album, “This Happy,” produced by 800 Pound Gorilla. Hanley’s quick wit and upbeat persona, have lead to her being featured in several Festivals, and two tours with Armed Forces Entertainment, providing laughter to our Troops overseas. As a writer/presenter, Meghan co-wrote and co-hosted the program for Fordham University’s Inaugural Athletics Gala, as well as Advertising Week NY’s“The Future is Female Awards.” Additionally, Meghan smiles a lot, which some people find suspicious, but mostly endearing.