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WoF Chuckletown Preview January 21, 2011

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The Week of Fun got several kind words in the new column “Chuckletown, USA“, which I believe is the first regular column to cover comedy in Seattle. I hope it continues because there are more than enough good shows to highlight throughout the year.

Seven straight nights of awesome local comedy


Consolidated Reviews January 29, 2010

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Each show of the festival ended up getting reviewed in the SLOG by The Stranger’s Kyle Regan. Here are a few quotes from the reviews and links to each one:

Sunday’s Celebrity Open Mic:

“John Keister was excellent…”

Monday’s Movie – Cars 3:

“The real gem of the night was the movie Birdemic: Shock and Terror”

Tuesday’s No Nipple Comedy:

“…every single performance was fan-fucking-tastic.”

Wednesday’s Laffhole:

“This was a great event and Seattle should be proud to have such a dedicated group of people willing to do so much for so little in return.”

We’d like to thank Kyle for taking the time to go to every single show and do a writeup of it. Everybody can now recover in what will be known as the Week of Sleep…

Week of Fun Review: “What can a local scene offer? A lot.” January 22, 2010

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The Stranger blogger Kyle Regan was at The Capitol Club show, kicking off this year’s Week of Fun.

Here are some choice quotes:

“If Carlos Mencia is a barometer of television-worthy comedic skill, what can a local scene offer? A lot it turns out.”

“[We] were rolling for the majority of the show.”

Shout outs went to Hari Kondabolu, Billy Wayne Davis, Brett Hamil, Mike Cummings, and Ross Parsons. Whew!

Oh, and also:

“I think I may have a new favorite thing to hate: hecklers.”

Kudos to you on that, sir.

You can read the whole article here.

“A delightful marathon of comedy, cheap beer and Narwhals” – KEXP Review February 6, 2008

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KEXP sent blogger Corbett Cummins to cover the entire festival, and you can read his experience here.

We’d like to thank him for doing such a thorough job and are very happy the Seattle’s indie comedy scene is getting coverage from Seattle’s indie radio station. The triangle would be complete if only somebody would start an indie music scene…

WoF Preview in Seattle Times January 18, 2008

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“You know ‘Larry The Cable Guy’? It’s the opposite of that.”

Pretty much!

Pick it up today if you want to see Hari and I in the full-color glory of black and white.