10/17. Club Chuckle present Neil Hamburger (Two Shows!) @ Hemlock Tavern. 7:30pm&9:30pm. $15. Featuring the Too Good for Neil Hamburger Band and Jesse Elias. Tickets Available: Here

oin Neil Hamburger and the Too Good for Neil Hamburger Band for a one-of-a-kind variety show extraordinaire!! Special guest Jesse Elias opens. Presented by Club Chuckles as part of its 10 year anniversary festivities. 

@ Hemlock Tavern
Thursday, Oct. 17th, 2013. 
TWO SHOWS — 7:30pm & 9:30pm.

$15 adv./door. 
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/475932

"The worrying starts in the first minute of the show, as NEIL HAMBURGER hacks his throat clear into the microphone and rasps out his first ‘zinger’ of a gag. It’s immediately clear this won’t be an easy one to watch. Hamburger is a pained figure, whimpering between jokes, sighing audibly. Hamburger is disgusted at himself, you see, for dispensing this filth but not as disgusted as he is at Britney Spears, David Carradine and the US band Smash Mouth." - The Guardian UK

[Holy Shit Readers! We’ve hit the 10-year-anniversary for Club Chuckles, San Francisco’s premiere left-of-center comedy producers. For whatever reason, we treat 10-years of anything to be of utmost importance. Much to our benefit, Club Chuckles is rolling out the red for an absolute steal for comedy nerds. Two cult figures — one local, the other national — in the intimate stomach of Tenderloin’s favorite rock club, without the pressure of drink minimums and silly “going out clothes”. Highly recommended.] 

Courting Sketchfest Countdown: Neil Hamburger by Dan Dion [14 Days]

Courting Sketchfest Countdown: Neil Hamburger by Dan Dion [14 Days]

11/18. Club Chuckles Anniversary @ Verdi Club. 2424 Mariposa Street. SF. 8 PM. $20. Feat Neil Hamburger, Natasha Leggero, Tim Heidecker (Tim & Eric), Duncan Trussell, and The Kenny “K-Strass” Strasser Yo-Yo Extravaganza. Advanced Tickets: Here.

11/18. Club Chuckles Anniversary @ Verdi Club. 2424 Mariposa Street. SF. 8 PM. $20. Feat Neil Hamburger, Natasha Leggero, Tim Heidecker (Tim & Eric), Duncan Trussell, and The Kenny “K-Strass” Strasser Yo-Yo Extravaganza. Advanced Tickets: Here.

[Stacked, superior show.]

Event: 8/6/2010 (TONIGHT!) Neil Hamburger at Hemlock Tavern (8&10PM) [HOLY SHYT!]

“Despite his appalling comic timing, muddled delivery, and cliched material, stand-up Neil Hamburger nevertheless emerged as one of the most acclaimed and name-checked comedians of his generation; like Lenny Bruce before him, he was a hipster icon whose trailblazing riffs defied conventions at every turn, transcending the confines of hilarity with kamikaze recklessness. Prior to his ascendance, comedians were expected not only to be funny, but insightful as well; Hamburger changed all that forever.” - Answers.com

Comedian Chris Thayer lives and kills in San Francisco. Mining new depths of self-objectification with his droll, serrated deadpan, Chris has performed at The Purple Onion, Club Deluxe, and Hemlock Tavern opening for the likes of Reggie Watts and Rick Shapiro.

A rising talent in the San Francisco comedy scene, people are talking about Caitlin Gill. Most of those are people stuck in conversations with her father, who is really, really excited about his daughter telling dirty jokes to strangers in clubs. Her style twists her personal experiences into engaging bits and stories, and drops phrases in your ear that will later litter your lexicon. Since beginning her career in 2007, Caitlin has performed at the San Francisco Punchline, the Purple Onion, 12 Galaxies, and a couple of places in the tenderloin that used to be comedy clubs but are now abandoned buildings. She is also the host of the “The Ladies Room” Open Mic at the Brainwash, and “The Ladies Room” Showcase at Club Deluxe. 

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www.myspace.com/theonlychr
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www.myspace.com/caitlingillcomedy

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-Via Facebook

DAMN!!! I have friends in town who want to go out dancing before they leave tomorrow. So I won’t be able to go see one of my favorite personas live. If I could shave off three years of my life to split my body in two, so that I could see this one performance. I would in a heartbeat. Living is overrated, Comedy is forever.