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The Comedy Store

Los Angeles, CA
8433 Sunset Boulevard Los Angeles, CA, 90069
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  • Brianna Morris 30 days ago

    The place gave away our tickets because we were late. (Not my fault; I won't name names but he knows who he is.) They admitted they resold them to someone else but didn't offer to give us any refund. If you are going to do that, don't bother selling tickets ahead of time. Sell them on a first come, first serve basis. Plus, there was no warning when buying the tickets that you had to be there by a certain time. We went to the bar which was wildly over-priced. I don't drink but the other people in my party were complaining the drinks were awful. I have nothing good to say about this place. I would never go back, even if someone paid me to. Pick another comedy place: you'll have much more fun anywhere else. I actually wish I had this night to do over again; I would have skipped this place and done practically anything else. Even staying in and watching TV would have been a better experience than this place. Trust me.

  • Marshall Hughes 43 days ago

    Great lineups and awesome surprise comics. One night Aziz Ansari came unannounced. The night before Judd Apatow did an awesome set. In Atlanta each of these folks would be headliners. Here they're pop-ins. Get there early to get a seat up front. If they're open, you can pay $40 for a booth. With more room, and a bit more private. They really pack em in here but it's worth it for the comics you see.

  • Raul P 55 days ago

    One of the best comedy places in Los Angeles. Must go place for anyone who enjoys laughing.

  • Walker Llewellyn 109 days ago

    Awesome place to see a comedy show. We went to a Main Room show at 7:30. Staff were super friendly and all of the acts were on point. Will absolutely go when I am back in LA

  • Ian Klumpp 132 days ago

    I love this place. The best part was the people who weren't scheduled to perform that came out to practice their jokes for an upcoming roast on Comedy Central. We felt like we were apart of something special!

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