My Spirit Animal Is A Butch Lesbian: A Stand Up Comedy Show featuring Sampson

Sampson is a nationally touring, award winning stand up comedian, writer and activist who can make audiences double over in laughter whether he's joking about his wacky and beloved Aunt Jackie, his twink neighbor, being raised in the South, or addressing homophobia, poverty, and religion. For over a decade, he has been a favorite at LGBT pride festivals and mainstream venues alike. His screen appearances include BET, MTV's "Real World", and the Oprah Winfrey Network.

Comedy Oakland

Since May 2009 Comedy Oakland features up-and-coming comedians alongside comedians that have featured on TV, radio, comedy festivals, late night talk shows, competition winners, and have performed on every habitable continent! The show was voted "Top 10 Theatrics for 2012" by East Bay Express.

Rhythmix and Pop-Up Comedy Present: You're Funny But You Don't Look Jewish

Italian, East Indian, Vietnamese and African American Jewish stand-up comedians Mike Capozzola, Gina Gold, Samson Koletkar and Joe Nguyen will share the stage and their own experiences about being ‘undercover’ members of the tribe! The show has sold out performances in the USA & Canada. Don’t miss them in their only Alameda engagement!

Cost: $15/advance, $20/day of show
Info: or 510-865-5060

Randy & Mr. Lahey (The Trailer Park Boys)

The Randy and Lahey show is a silly, sexist, drunken hour and a half of songs and skits, audience participation, profanity, Shakespeare, and general hilarity. Over the past eight years it has developed into the fastest moving two man show in the known universe.

Muffin Men Comedy Showcase

The Muffin Men present the only Wednesday Night (April 29th) Bay Area Showcase that brings together live stand-up comedy with music from the Bay Area’s most talented and diverse musicians.

Once again, #EMoney & LBZ from #TeamBackPack are sliding by. Plus, if you know what’s good for ya, you do not want to miss our hilarious headliner, Rudy O!

Hand to Mouth

"A night of priceless comedy" -SF Weekly

This month Hand to Mouth is proud to introduce its newest co-producer: the inimitable Jesse Hett! He's one of the best writers and performers in the Bay Area, as well as an all-around "decent human being". We couldn't be happier to add him and his talents to the show.

Trevor Hill (and now Jesse) present Hand to Mouth: a monthly, topic-based comedy show where each edition explores a specific social, cultural or political issue. One show, one topic.

March’s Topic: History!

Richard Stockton's Baby Boomer Comedy Show

When: Saturday, March 28th
Time: 7:30pm
Where: Rhythmix Cultural Works
2513 Blanding Avenue, Alameda, CA 
Cost: $15/advance, $20/day of show
Info: or (510)865-5060


Laughs for Life

In the past, suicide was considered a very taboo topic and the stigma prevented people from reaching out. This past year, the media has forced the public to really consider what it means to need mental health support, and we have a new understanding how everyone is affected by suicide. In particular, in 2014 Robin William’s death sparked a conversation that was typically only had in mental health circles, but now is talked about at schools, on social media, and even on stage at the Oscars!

MISERY INDEX - Free Comedy & Cheap Drinks


Monday, March 2nd @ 9:00pm

The Rite Spot (2099 Folsom @ 17th)

3 blocks from 16th & Mission BART


Let’s face it. Things aren’t going great: a stagnant economy, a tough job market, never ending wars, exorbitant rent prices, dysfunctional relationships, mental illness, addiction, poverty, corruption, STDs, Rihanna. While there isn’t a cure for all of life’s problems, there is a tonic… 


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