San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
X-rated comedy tour/book signing with
the author of "The Wingman Chronices"
"The Wingman" James Holeva: Dirty Sex Comedy
Are you ready for comedy that gets you laid? Fresh off the release of his explicit autobiographical novel "The Wingman Chronicles," the unfiltered comedian, author & lothario makes his to Chicago for a filthy & interactive standup show and book signing. Although he'll probably be signing as many breasts, as he is books.
Holeva, whose book is a no-hold barred humorous, erotic account of his crazy sex life showing all the sides and detailed debauchery of what it is to be a player in New York City, brings his uncouth adventures, observations and advice on sex, dating, relationships and creepin' to the stage at Timothy O'Tooles downtown Chicago location in an energetic standup comedy show unlike any other. No two shows are alike as he uses his charm and rapid-fire wit to not only incorporate the crowd, but get people to release their inhibitions and reveal deep sexual secrets about themselves, often resulting in girls making out on-stage. You could even ask him all your dirty questions in the irreverent #askwingman Q & A portion of the show which has become a hit on twitter with followers from all over the world.
Holeva also created and starred in "The Wingman" TV Pilot, which is currently being shopped to networks, had his own syndicated radio segment, 97 BHT's "Wingman Wednesday," and his debut album "Bedrooms, Backseats and Bathroom Stalls" will be out next year. Come let "The Wingman" be your Wingman, but don't be surprised if you see some boobs. Not for the easily offended.
Saturday, January 12, 2013
Doors open at 7:30 p.m. (Seating is limited so get there early for a good seat)
Showtime 9 p.m.
Book Signing/Meet & Greet Directly After (Books will be available for purchase)
Minimum age 21, proper ID required
Check out a free sample of "The Wingman Chronicles" and see what the readers are saying.
Watch this trailer for "The Wingman" TV Pilot.
Creep on "The Wingman"