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Thursday, November 29, 2012 - 8:30 pm | Cost: FREE
Murphy’s Pub | 217 Kearny Street, San Francisco, CA 94108



“Nightlife on Mars” Underground Comedy Night | SF

Nightlife on Mars Underground Comedy Night | SFNightlife on Mars is an underground comedy club at Murphy’s Pub produced and hosted by Ryan Cronin. It’s a free weekly showcase of local (and sometimes national) comedy talent right in the heart of downtown San Francisco.

Drink Special: $1 off draft beers during the show

Nightlife on Mars: Underground Comedy
Most Thursdays | 8:30 pm
Murphy’s Pub, 217 Kearny @ Sutter, SF (Financial District)
FREE 

Nightlife on Mars Underground Comedy Night | SFGuests for the 11/29 show includes:

  • Stefan Davis – Stefan has been featured on Comcast TV’s “Who’s Laughing Now?” and Hoosier TV’s “Trial By Laughter” and also the nationally syndicated radio station 24/7 Comedy.
  • Nick Hart – Originally from upstate South Carolina, Nick Hart combines that southern story telling tradition w/a keen paranoid eye on society that will have you laughing out loud and thinking to yourself and possibly vice-versa.
  • Natasha Muse – Natasha is a comedian, a skeptic, an agnostic, and at least the second-funniest transsexual you know. Her cerebral writing, whimsical wordplay, and unique perspective on life have earned her the adoration of audiences and the respect of her peers. N
  • Ken Townsend – Ken Townsend is the illegitimate child of Molly Hatchet and the Ramones, baptized in corn liquor, lit on fire, raised on a steady diet of pro wrestling and comic books.
  • Daymon Ferguson – Daymon Ferguson hails from Hell. Or rather, Chico California, where he was born into a white trash tradition that he’s been trying to escape ever since. Six years of work as a lawyer have taught Daymon to truly despise lawyers.
  • Ivan Hernandez – Born in New Jersey in the eighties and was mostly bored until starting comedy in his late teens. His style is marked mostly by self-deprecation, dryness, and yelling. Favorite topics include comic books, food, women, and any intersections of the three.

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Cost: FREE

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Address: 217 Kearny Street, San Francisco, CA 94108

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