Heckle's Stand Up Comedy Showcase
This week we're featuring some of the best up and coming talent from the North West and around the country! Stop by this Friday to see some of the top comedians before they break out and become household names!
Quincy Jones, from Los Angeles California, is a talented, versatile comedian who can make any room fall in love with his craft much like his other namesake. His interaction with the crowd and witty off the cuff responses make him a highly sought after performer.
Quincy Jones is a rising star in the comedy world. He's worked with many legendary names including Ty Barnett, Rory Scovel, Billy Wayne Davis, Derek Sheen, Tom Rhodes, Ian Edwards. His story telling and commentary on everyday observations make him a hit with any crowd.
Chris Moran started comedy at legendary Giggles Comedy Club at the age of 16. In the years following Chris became one of the youngest working comics ever in the Pacific Northwest and became a regular at several clubs as well as many bars in the region. Moran's style of humor can be summarized as "cheerful cynicism" with a focus on his life and the way he sees the world around him. He has worked with the likes of Theo Von, Ty Barnett, Brian Scolaro, Bret Ernst and Louie Anderson.
Tanner Hodgeson is a scared little man that tells jokes in the Seattle area. Since moving here from Texas two years ago, he has been leaving crowds delighted and concerned for his mental health with his thoughts on himself, society, and the women he so rarely talks to.
A few years ago, Nigel Larson was nothing more than a single, unemployed college dropout living in his parents' basement. This seemed to him the perfect time to start a career in stand-up comedy and it was. In his first year he was quickly recognized by the Rochester Metromix paper, Insider, as one of the funniest and most active comics in the Western New York region. He was named one of the "top 5 funniest comics in Rochester under 30" in 2008 and then was on the cover as "the face of Rochester comedy" in 2010. Just as quickly Nigel realized that if he wanted to make more than $500 a year doing stand-up he would have to move. So with lofty goals of doubling that annual income, he left the safety and security of his parents' basement for the safety and security of his grandparents' basement in Tacoma, WA. For the next year he would be the house M.C. at the Tacoma Comedy Underground.
Valhalla Bar & Grill (View)
8544 122nd Ave NE
Kirkland, WA 98033
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|