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Saturday, May 10, 2014 - 8:30 pm to 10:00 pm | Cost: FREE
Pappy’s | 2367 Telegraph Ave., Berkeley, CA

Free Comedy Showcase & Dance Party | Berkeley

IMG_4402 (1)Comedians Adrian McNair and Irene Tu present a Saturday Night Comedy Showcase on the last Saturday of the month at Pappy’s Bar in Berkeley.

This free stand-up comedy showcase features comedians from across the Bay Area at 8:30 pm followed by a DJ dance party. Doors open at 8 pm.


Saturday, May 10, 2014
Grant Cotter | Free Comedy Showcase & Dance Party | Berkeley

Headliner: Grant Cotter

Originally from London, England by way of San Diego and Catalina Island, Grant Cotter is a Stand-up Comedian, Improvisor, Host and Writer.

Grant was a smart ass from a young age. Constantly getting in trouble at school for pulling pranks and disrupting his classmates, he knew he had a knack for making people laugh.

Since then Grant Cotter has appeared on numerous TV shows including, “The Henry Cho Comedy Show” on GAC, “1,000 Ways To Die” on SpikeTV, “All-Stars” on MTV, candid appearances on “TMZ” and on the Comedy Time Network’s “Man Up Stand Up.”

His stand up can be heard on Sirius/XM National Lampoon Comedy Radio. He was a recurring guest co-host on Indie1031.com’s ‘Space Invaded Radio,’ ‘Wino Wednesday’s’ and can currently be heard weekly on the Cool Party Guy’s Podcast ‘Stand-ups Sit Down’.

Since the start of his career, Grant has won multiple awards and contests such as The Irvine Improv’s Funniest Comedian in Orange County, Bill Word’s Ultimate Laff-Down, Funniest Comic in Anaheim and he is a 3 time winner of The Laugh Factory’s Fresh Faces contest.

Also featuring:

  • Kaseem Bentley
  • Adrian McNair
  • Aly Jones
  • Christopher John

Event Details

Cost: FREE
Categories: Club / DJ, Comedy, East Bay
Venue: Pappy’s
Address: 2367 Telegraph Ave., Berkeley, CA

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