DELRAY BEACH – Comedy and wine combine for the perfect pairing on Tuesday.
Nadeem Awad is bringing comedy back to the Wine House Social – formerly N2 Wine Bar – this week with a strong lineup in tow.
How welcoming is Delray’s Wine House Social to the return of a comedy show, which hasn’t happened since before the start of the pandemic? Normally closed on Tuesdays, the venue is opening on this night specifically for the special event.
Awad, the show’s producer and arguably the area’s top up-and-coming comic, is planning to perform on Tuesday. He’ll join Steve Lamm, Zach Bugarin, Dan Long, Minda, and Josh the Barber on stage. David Sadman of Sadman Comedy Productions serves as host.
Delray Beach has proven time and again it embraces the thriving South Florida comedy scene, and comics have noticed. That could mean the addition of a special guest or two to the line-up.
Tuesday’s free show begins at 8 p.m., and there is a two-drink minimum.
Applause Planner: Plan On It
Comedy Night – Monday, July 5, The Whistle Stop
In recent weeks the Applause Planner has noted the sudden rise of quality Monday shows. Here’s yet another. Matt Bellak continues to bring a quality rotation of local comics to this twice-monthly Monday night show in Boca Raton. Randy Vega, Wayne Felber, Jesse Cohen, Robb Kalert, Vital Dieujuste and Zach Bugarin are scheduled to perform at the free 8 p.m. show.
Boca Bier Bash – Thursday, July 8, Biergarten
Nathan Wallace makes the trip across Florida to headline this show. Wallace is spending more time Florida’s east coast in recent weeks, performing to strong reviews. Nadeem Awad, JoJo Casillas, Brett Morris, Mariza Brussolo and Renald Previl are also performing on this twice-monthly Boca Raton show. David Sadman serves as host. The show is free and begins at 8 p.m.
Adam Ray – Thursday July 9-Saturday July 11, Palm Beach Improv
Ray’s resume boasts a long list of television credits, including spots on Curb Your Enthusiasm, Arrested Development and American Vandal. He’s also a frequent guest on David Spade’s Lights Out and the Adam Carrola show. He’s playing five shows this week at the Palm Beach Improv, beginning on Friday. Tickets are a relatively inexpensive $22.
Nadeem Awad and David Sadman – Sunday, July 11, Monroe’s Red Light
It’s obviously a busy week for Awad and Sandman. Can’t catch them during the work week? This might be a perfect way to end the weekend. Angie Beagleman, Bryan Sobolewski and James Patterson are also scheduled to perform. Bobby Mac continues to successfully host and produce this weekly show, which is free and begins at 9 p.m.
For a complete listing of this week’s South Florida comedy shows, visit the Applause Break Events Calendar.