Anti-comedian “Neil Hamburger” to play Lark Hall on September 11

Lark Hall welcomes anti-comedian persona Neil Hamburger to their stage on Sunday, September 11th. Doors open at 7 pm; the show begins at 8 pm.

“A brilliantly awful persona of an old-school, C-list funnyman—the kind with an ill-fitting tuxedo and an enormous, greasy combover—on a very bad night. Neil
Hamburger toys with an audiences’ expectations (and patience), and indeed his
act is a kind of rude commentary on stand-up comedy altogether.”

New York Times

“America’s Funnyman” Neil Hamburger has worked every imaginable stage, from New York’s Madison Square Garden, to a show in pitch black darkness at the Edinburgh Fringe Fest. He has performed countless American, Australian, British, Irish, and Canadian tours, as well as in Norway, New Zealand, and the Bahamas, alongside acts ranging from Faith No More to Robin Williams. His TV credits include Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Tom Green Live, and Jimmy Kimmel Live. His Live At Third Man album was produced by Jack White in Nashville; an earlier Hamburger effort was included in SPIN’s “40 Greatest Comedy Albums Of All Time.” The feature movie Entertainment, a dramatic look at Hamburger on- and off-stage co-starring John C. Reilly, Tye Sheridan, and Michael Cera, premiered at the Sundance and Locarno Film Festivals, and was released in 2015 to rave reviews. His recent Drag City album of lavishly-produced songs, Still Dwelling, featured a memorable trio version of Jesus Christ Superstar’s “Everything’s Alright”, with Neil singing alongside Mike Patton and Jack Black.

Tickets on sale now. Limited seats available.

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