151 Essex Street
New York City, New York 10027

Cringe Humor Show - An Official NY Underground Comedy Festival Event

Thursday October 7th @ 10:30PM

http://www.cringehumor.net/ucf/fest_poster635x847.jpg (click here to view the poster)

Hosted by:
- Mike Britt (Letterman, Comedy Central Presents)
- Laurie Kilmartin (Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn)
- Keith Robinson (Tough Crowd, Comedy Central Presents)
- Russ Meneve (Last Comic Standing, Late Night with Conan O'Brien)
- Judah Friedlander ("Meet the Parents", "American Splendor", VH1)
- Robert Kelly (Tough Crowd, Premium Blend)
- Jim Florentine (Crank Yankers, Meet the Creeps)
- Ben Bailey (Premium Blend, Tough Crowd)
- Rich Vos (Last Comic Standing, Tough Crowd)
- Patrice O'Neal (Tough Crowd, "The July", "Head of State", "25th Hour")


151 Essex Street
(Between Stanton and Rivington Streets)

$15 Cover/ 2 Drink Min

Reservations: (212) 614-2500
Group & Student discount - please EMAIL ONLY - [email protected]
Direction and more info: www.laughloungeNYC.com

Raw, Uncensored, & Hard-core stand-up comedy featuring the edgiest performers from The Opie & Anthony Show, BET, Def Comedy Jam, Comedy Central and MTV is what Cringe is all about!!

The New York City Underground Comedy Festival TM celebrates stand-up comedy as an art-form. It was designed to showcase emerging talent along side headline acts in the hopes that it could bring attention to comedians who might have otherwise been overlooked.

With over 40 events in all five boroughs, including classic clubs like the Original Improv, Pips, and the Bitter End set to participate, this is both an industry and consumer event for everyone.

Events and shows are being planned that showcase the ethnic and cultural diversity of New York City virtually guaranteeing an event the entire city can rally behind.

Due to the overwhelming demand from both the industry and the general public, the 2004 festival has expanded to a full week, October 5th to October 10th, and we're inviting comedians from across the country to participate.

For tons more info on the festival, visit their official site:


Added by dokka on September 29, 2004