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Since 2008, Comedians You Should Know (CYSK) has been showcasing the finest in alternative and mainstream stand-up comedy to bring you the best Chicago has to offer. On November 6th and 13th, we present two different comedy album recordings of two of our favorite comedians!

November 6th (7 and 9:30 PM) — Cameron Gillette

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TICKETS:
$8 in advance camerongillette.brownpapertickets.com
$12 at the door
WHERE:
CYSK showroom at Timothy O’Toole’s Pub
622 N. Fairbanks Ct.
Chicago, IL 60611

MORE ABOUT CAMERON:

Cameron Gillette is somehow both a cerebral and physical comedian; he performs stand-up with perfect harmony of his mind and body, both of which are otherwise useless. Within the Chicago comedy scene, he is your favorite comedians favorite comedian (assuming your favorite comedian has decent taste, which is also assuming you have decent taste.) Cameron’s unique comedic voice is also represented in web series, Ones Company, which is a sitcom about him talking to himself in his apartment. It is a truly original marriage of music and comedy that must be seen to be understood. He was featured as a Comic to Watch at the 2017 RIOT Comedy Festival in LA, and has performed at Laugh Factory in Chicago and the Knitting Factory in New York. He also regularly gives unforgettable performances at the Comedians You Should Know shows in Chicago, New York and LA.

November 13th (7 and 9:30 PM) — Bobby Condon

 
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TICKETS:
$12 in advance bobbycondon.brownpapertickets.com
$15 at the door
WHERE:
CYSK showroom at Timothy O’Toole’s Pub
622 N. Fairbanks Ct.
Chicago, IL 60611
MORE ABOUT BOBBY:
Whether he’s discussing the peculiarities of his own life or uniquely dissecting the biggest events in world history, Bobby Condon will get your attention and keep it. His style of comedy comes at you like a freight train: it’s loud, fast, and merciless. Aside from the intensity of his performances, Bobby showcases a perspective that is both incredibly honest and undeniably funny.

Originally from Villa Park, IL (the outskirts of Chicago), Bobby now lives in the heart of Brooklyn and his unique brand of aggressive hilariousness continues to grow. He can been seen regularly as co-host of the Power Hour showcase in New York City and can be heard on his hit podcast “Blake and Bobby Go To The Movies”.


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