I Have Plans -
Hey guys. I just took a second to record this from my home to let you know what I have coming up in my career! xoxo Jen
Tickets on sale now. This is a very small place so don’t wait. But on another note - if this doesn’t sell out in advance, I’m just gonna have a Po Boy and read a book in my hotel. Don’t let it get to that. I love New Orleans but I’m sick of being a tourist there. It’s time I come to kick some ass.
Here is the link to buy tickets.
Has it really been eight years since Jen Kirkman last played Vancouver? Where does the time go? Meanwhile, Kirkman just keeps getting better and better.
When she’s not round-tabling it on Chelsea Lately, Southie (as her bestie, Paul F. Tompkins, calls her) is penning New York Times bestsellers (“I Can Barely Take Care of Myself”), putting out standup albums (her latest, “Hail to the Freaks”, got as high as 13th on the Billboard charts), hosting a weekly podcast (“I Seem Fun: The Diary of Jen Kirkman Podcast”) and touring her act. Which brings her—finally—back to Vancouver. To the Comedy MIX, to be exact.
Kirkman headlines the club Friday and Saturday (June 13 and 14) only and is joined by emcee Erica Sigurdson and middle Ben McGinnis.
VANCOUVER IT HAS BEEN 8 YEARS! But I’m excited to be back. Tickets available for my shows at the Comedy Mix here:
And yes after every show I will sign copies of my book (they won’t be for sale at shows) and say hello but PLEASE don’t look me directly in the eye or my lawyer will sue you. Stand at a safe distance and toss your book towards me and if it hits me, my lawyer will also sue you. But otherwise it should be a fun night of stand-up comedy! xo Jen
jenkirkman with John Moe, Bill Corbett and Janey Winterbauer, rehearsing the Buzzfeed sketch.
So fun tonight! Thanks everyone! Love you St. Paul, Minnesota!
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DRUNK HISTORY SEASON 2 IS COMING EVERYBODY! July 1st is the premiere…………..
I’ve said this a million times: there should be no limitations on comedy. Anything you wanna fucking do - do. But it should be “why do you want to?” When you learn someone’s story, you might not want to. You still can, but you might not want to. If you really learn what a transgendered person goes through, how scary it is, and how brave they are - you might go “you know, I might wanna make fun of the people that make fun of them.” —
Todd Glass, CBB 290 (via dancingwithleland)