Poppy Champlin's Comedy Night new and crazy
On Friday, March 30, international comedian, Poppy Champlin brings her all new comedy routine, New and Crazy! to The Courthouse at 8:00pm. You will be rolling on the floor with laughter, and this show has a special guest, Chris Zito, who will help to guarantee it.
Poppy is ready with a whole new line up of laughter, and you will laugh till you cry when you hear her new material. And we are so lucky that we get to see it first! She teaches a stand-up Comedy Class for adults, and her latest group of students will be in this show.
Poppy Champlin is an internationally known comedian and RI native. She has appeared on HBO, Comedy Central, Oprah, Showtime, Joan Rivers and LOGO. Her stand-up pedigree is flawless, from a featured story on Entertainment Tonight, to a winner on The Joan Rivers Show, and a panel guest on Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen. She is also a favorite on Atlantis and Olivia cruiselines. Poppy has opened for such comics as Ray Romano, Denis Leary, Bill Maher, Bill Hicks and Rosie O’Donnell, HBO, Showtime, Comedy Central. Her club appearances are now worldwide, and we are just lucky she likes to visit home.
Chris Zito is a national headliner who has been seen on Comedy Central, HBO and IHeart Radio.
Purchase t?ickets at courthousearts.org or on www.facebook.com/CourthouseArtsRI. Tickets are $20 in advance and $2?2? day of show. The Courthouse has ample on-site parking, a full-service bar and is handicapped accessible.
The Courthouse Center for the Arts is a non-profit, community-based arts organization located in Kingston. The mission of the Courthouse is to produce and distribute exceptional arts programming that are accessible and affordable for the enjoyment and enrichment of adults and children alike. Entertainment, musical performances, comedians, classes, and a variety of other events, contribute to funding free children’s programs. The Courthouse also provides monthly gallery exhibits for local artists, concerts and fundraisers for many worthwhile causes, all while preserving the beautiful historic Washington County Courthouse as its home.