Monday, August 15th, will be the 2-Year-Anniversary show of QED: Comedy Laboratory. It will also be the final QED: Comedy Laboratory.
Here is the final docket. All shows are 7:30pm doors, starting at 8pm sharp and at the Pilot Light (106 E. Jackson Ave). As always, the show is Pay-What-You-Want.
Ian Aber (some of you may know him as Atlanta’s legendary Bear Comedian) will be bringing his hit show up, and it’s going to be unmissable.
Facebook event here
Heroes and Villians
A superhero and supervillian-themed show, or maybe something about Brian Wilson.
Two Wasted Years: A QED Retrospective.
Our final QED show and a farewell to feast-founder Matt Chadourne. This is going to be an all-out potpourri of the show’s greatest moments from the past two years and we’re going to be making some memories as well for Matt to throw into his shipping container when he leaves the country (voluntarily, mostly).
While it’s definitely sad to say goodbye to one of the best things I’ve been involved in with comedy (see what I wrote for the first anniversary last year), nobody thought it was going to last forever. Actually, 2 years is an insurmountably long time for any DIY comedy show to last; it’s basically like a teenage punk band or an NBA career. We are really excited to draw this fantastic chapter to a close as we move onto a new (possibly) weekly format at the Pilot Light. Comedy isn’t going anywhere, don’t worry, it was just time to change things up a bit and focus on building the scene. When those concerned make a confirmed decision, we’ll announce it in all the appropriate places.
Here are a bunch of assorted photos from my phone from the past couple of years.