Tonight at the Lazy Pirate!





Comedy Bingo Tonight at The Dead Crow Comedy Room!!!



 

Cape Fear Comedy Festival Tickets On Sale Now!

2014_0214_WHITEHeader2The 2015 Cape Fear Comedy Festival takes place April 29th – May 2nd!  It is a great way to see comedy and lots of it.  Did you know you can get tickets early and save some money!  Check it out: Passes are just $15 and get buyers into all events during the Cape Fear Comedy Festival with the exception of the Sara Schaefer shows at Dead Crow Comedy Room.  All Festival Pass purchasers will receive a $5 discount code emailed to them for purchasing tickets to the Sara Schaefer shows.

Festival Passes will stay $15 until Tuesday March 31st at Midnight.  After that passes will be $20 until April 15th when they will go up to $25 until the first day of the festival, April 29th.

So remember if you want to come see ALL the shows during the Cape Fear Comedy Festival, buy your festival pass, get your discount code, THEN buy your tickets to see Sara Schaefer with the discount code your will receive in your email.

Get tickets here!

2015_logowithoutyearThis event doesn’t just highlight comedy it highlights the fantastic places around Wilmington!  Check out the wonderful venues to see comedy!

getlstd-property-photoDead Crow Comedy Room
265. N. Front Street
Wilmington, NC 28401

Description:  Headquarters of the Cape Fear Comedy Festival. This is the revived NuttStreet Comedy Room.  Owner Timmy Sherrill has been working tirelessly to get this venue torn down to the studs and built up the way he wants it.  Located right next to the old Nutt Street Comedy Room location, Dead looks to pick up right where Nutt Street left-off, only adding food to the equation!


Reel Cafe

2nd Floor
100 S. Front Street
Wilmington, NC 28401
Description: For over 15 years, the Reel Café has been Wilmington’s premier restaurant and nightlife location. Enjoy dining in our restaurant, live music in our courtyard Oyster Bar, pool tables on the second-floor, or for a view, our Rooftop Bar overlooking the Cape Fear River. We offer lunch, dinner and a late-night menu. Our menu has a variety of salads, sandwiches, burgers and steamers.


City Stage
5th Floor
21 N. Front Street
Wilmington, NC 28401

Description: Nestled high in the heart of Wilmington, City Stage is a 220 capacity, century-old theatre that now offers a full season of contemporary musicals and plays for a unique entertainment experience. Ranging from The Rocky Horror Show to Romeo and Juliet, City Stage shows have shocked, thrilled, educated and most of all, delighted audiences with stellar casts and superb direction.


 

The Beam Room at Front Street Brewery
2nd Floor
9 N. Front Street
Wilmington, NC 28401

Description: Located in Historic Downtown, the Front Street Brewery is Wilmington’s only Restaurant & Brewery. Our staff takes pride in offering great food and micro brews at a great price. Our menu is extensive with over 25 gourmet sandwiches and burgers and over 35 entrees to choose from, plus a great Kids Menu! Our entrees range from our famous Scottish Ale Brew-B-Q Ribs and Shrimp and Grits to Ribeye Steaks and Grilled Seafood, all at affordable prices. Come see why the Encore Magazine Restaurant critic called our food wonderful and said they left “happy and satisfied”. The Beam Room is located on the 2nd floor of Front Street Brewery.


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manna
123 Princess St
Wilmington, NC 28401

manna is a high-end romantic dinner and cocktails spot. Last year Billy and his gang had a lofty feat to attempt replacing Dead Crow Comedy Room as a venue for the festival when the clubs opening was delayed. The convenience of the location and the hard work of the staff and bartenders made it work even with only last minute promo. manna is a beautiful spot with high-end cocktails and a tall stage and seating for about 60-80. We are excited to have them back for this year’s festival.

 

Check out a list of the performers that will be heading to Wilmington to entertain you!

http://capefearcomedy.com/2015-performers/

For Sport or For Love – My Fantasy Wife Podcast

imageWhy would a comedian who never played even high school sports (outside of cheerleading) start a comedic podcast with her non-comedian husband about fantasy sports leagues?
Because she had to.
“My husband and I can both lean a bit to the obsessive side. One of his long-time obsessions – besides cookie jar collecting and the history of Custer’s Last Stand – is sports. And not just sports generally, but fantasy sports leagues in particular,” explains Wilmington, NC based comedian, Blaire Postman, who co-founded the My Fantasy Wife podcast with her husband, Gary Haymes.
“And in turn one of my many obsessions, is how could my husband harness his amazing capacity for sports stat knowledge as applied to fantasy sports leagues for some kind of greater benefit, like world peace or making money in the stock market. But seriously, we often have these intense conversations about everything and yet nothing, that frankly we are both WAY too invested in, and that were super fun. We wanted to carry that fun a little further,” Postman continued.
Each week, with the help of Social Media Maven, Maddy Sprenger, and Sound Engineer/Comedian/Sports Fan, Louis Bishop, the My Fantasy Wife team starts with Hot Topics or, more often, fact checking mistakes or outrageous assertions made the week before. For example, they have had to correct the alive-or-dead status of several celebrities and sports figures, including ex-NFL star Sonny Jurgensen and NASCAR driver Dick Trickle. (Spoiler alert: one was dead and one was not, and MFW was wrong about both).
Yes, they do participate in and discuss fantasy sports leagues, Postman admittedly often playing catch-up. But before long, each episode tends to be about much more: Sprenger’s new Dungeons & Dragons habit; Postman’s calculation of the historically adjusted pay of Shoeless Joe Jackson; Bishop’s coming out as an Oakland Raiders fan; Haymes’ many surprise encounters with minor celebrities; the socio-political ramifications of the instrument one played in marching band; and the push and pull between a husband and wife who both like to win.
It’s fun, but can also be unexpectedly intense with hilarious results. For instance, in Episode 5, Postman ran down the entire shocking 49 year history of Super Bowl Halftime shows. (Spoiler alert #2: Carol Channing headlined the Super Bowl Halftime show twice in the 1970’s…TWICE).
The weird and raucous fun happens every week and has been featured in media including WILMA MAGAZINE. You can subscribe in iTunes to automatically get the weekly free episodes and the weekly extras and guest interviews. You can find them on Facebook (“MyFantasyWifePodcast”), Twitter (@myfantwife) or find everything at www.MyFantasyWife.com including links to fun extras they discuss on the show, announcements of fantasy league enrollments and special My Fantasy Wife live events.

Tonight at the Lazy Pirate!

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