The RNC is coming to Cleveland and we all know how much of a nightmare that's going to be. That's why Jimmie Graham of Accidental Comedy will be taking over the Nash on E80th Street (Remember that place where you saw Hannibal Buress in February? Yeah that place.) Tuesday 7/19/16 and Thursday 7/21/16 to offer refuge to any & all people who want to get away from that circus that's going to take over our city. Come hangout with us and check out some amazing live comedy, bowling and chill vibes.
There will be plenty of folks in from out of town (daily show etc.) and Accidental Shows are know to have some insane last minute drop ins. But none of that matters unless you guys are there to enjoy it. Accidentalcomedy.com shows have come to mean some of the most unique, enjoyable nights you can have in Cleveland, so why the hell not come.
THE NASH will open at 8p. and there will be FREE BOWLING until 9p.(flexible) Then we will start the show on the make shift stage on the lanes.
This show will be FREE however $10 donation is strongly suggested! As we will be paying security and somebody to keep the lanes running. This is a great way to support the arts on a budget. There will be a cash bar with beer and wine during the show as well.
With Performances by: Becky Robinson (Funny Or Die) Bill Squire (WMMS-Alan Cox Show) Travis Irvine (NYC) Bridget Callahan (N.C.) + More to be announced!
Accidental Comedy is a collective of performers dedicated to enriching the arts in Cleveland through comedy shows and other productions. The group features some of the cities next wave of comedic ambassadors (Jimmie Graham, Mary Santora, John Bruton, Mary Santora, Brian Kenny, Ramon Rivas) and continues to grow to include additional artists thank to support from YOU!
The Nash on 80th is a former and current Slovenian National Home and partners with Accidentalcomedy.com to help highlight Slavak Village's potential to show attendees. With many nooks and crannies and a historical vibe, Accidental has put on SECRET shows with some of Cleveland's best emerging talent, a last minute show with Hannibal Buress and is excited to continue this trend.
There is parking at the Nash, which is located about 15 minutes from most parts of town. But we advise folks to consider taking an uber/lyft or good old fashioned taxi, it's $5-10 and is well worth it so you can live it up.
Attendees are welcome to bring a potluck style dish. If you plan on coming and bringing a dish please complete the for, below so we know what you'll be bringing.