Comedy Fix XIX to benefit Good Shepherd Food Bank | Events
Boston’s Ryan Chani highlights a great lineup of stand-up comedians for Comedy Fix XIX at the Auburn Fireside Inn. The show will take place Friday, Feb. 6 at 8 p.m. with net proceeds benefiting Good Shepherd Food Bank (GSFB). Comedy Fix founder Mark Turcotte will also welcome Chris Choate, Louie Martinez, Mike Levinsky and Heather Neal.
Chani has opened for Comedy Central’s Dan Soder, Myq Kaplan and Kyle Kinane. He also co-hosts the ‘Learn to Take a Joke podcast. He performs regularly at New Hampshire’s Halligan Tavern and Boston’s Comedy Studio.
Martinez, from Lawrence, MA, performs throughout New England and hosts Saturday Night Large Comedy Show in Manchester, NH and the Grizzly Comedy Show in Salisbury Beach.
Levinsky founded the Portland Comedy Showcase in 2012, a weekly display of New England’s top talent. He’s also performed at The Gold Room in Portland and The Stone Church in New Hampshire.
Choate is a South China native who brings a unique view of life as a father, farmer, and postal worker. Neal, making her second Comedy Fix appearance, brings her hilarious take on being a married mother of two.
The show is for ages 21-and-older and contains adult language and content. Doors open at 7 p.m. General admission tickets are $10 and may be reserved at comedyfixlive.com. The Fireside Inn is at 1777 Washington St. For more information, call 207-513-0742 or email email@example.com.
For more than 30 years, GSFB has worked with a network of partner agencies to distribute nutritious food to hungry families throughout Maine. For every one-dollar donated, GSFB can provides four meals. In 2013, GSFB distributed 13 million meals to hungry Mainers. Attendees are encouraged to bring food donations for GSFB. Find out more atwww.gsfb.org.