Monthly Event - Fourth Sunday of every month: 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Attractive Camp is a comedy riffing pizza party with some of the most talented stand-up comics, sketch writers, and short filmmakers in the game. This month's performers and contributors include writers from one of the country's top Podcasts Lady to Ladyl, comedians from Splitsider, San Francisco SketchFest, and more. Guest comics are sourced from the Bay and L.A.'s finest and are determined by ability to talk smack with an exceptional headliner and/or likelihood to put out.
AUG SHOW FEATURES:
Aviva Siegel, Jules Posner, Andrew Holmgren, Steve Hernandez, Brendan McLaughlin
HOSTED BY: NICOLE CALASICH & JESSE HETT
NICOLE CALASICH - Nicole Calasich is a prince as well as a comedian and writer based out of San Francisco, she performs stand-up and sketch comedy primarily at the SF Punchline, Lost Weekend, Rooster T. Feather’s, Cobb’s, and festivals like SF Sketchfest and the Shits & Giggles Festival. She’s revived all her critically acclaimed sketch work and absurdist tendencies in Attractive Camp, a comedy smorgasborg she produces at the best underground comedy venue in town: Lost Weekend Video.She also just hopes to hang out with Prince one day.
JESSE HETT - Jesse Hett was born in a town called Newton, Kansas. After that, he learned to walk and talk and ride a bike and do a bunch of other stuff. He also moved to a lot of different places, and now lives in Oakland, California. His comedy has been described as “AWESOME OH MAN YOU’RE THE BEST!” by a lot of people and “Not really that great” by fewer people. Jesse performs at clubs and colleges and warehouses and furniture stores and bars all over the place.
Lost Weekend Video
1034 Valencia St
The Cinecave at Lost Weekend Video
Lost Weekend's Cinecave is the Mission's hottest spot for film & comedy. Probably the world's first and only underground cinema & comedy club in the basement of a video store! Lost Weekend Video has been serving San Francisco's film needs since 1997.