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 Show Time is Friday, December 23rd at The Laff House Comedy Club, Show starts at 8:30 PM. Doors Open at 8PM


In celebration of the holidays and this website’s official one-year anniversary, “It’s Always Funny in Philadelphia" will beIt’s Always Funny in Philadelphia throwing a special event to benefit wounded soldiers of the United States Armed Forces. As a person who has a great deal of close friends who have served for our country, it would only be right to show our appreciation for their service.

Unfortunately, health care plans for U.S. military personnel can be more complicated than anticipated, leaving many soldiers with little options for obtaining quality medical attention. The Wounded Warrior Project has been working with U.S. soldiers in order to provide the medical attention that they need and absolutely deserve.

I have been fortunate enough to grab a great line-up of comedians, both close business associates and personal friends.John Moses

The headlining comedian for this show will be the hilarious John Moses! Due to scheduling conflicts at the previous “always funny” show, many weren’t able to come see him, but here’s your chance!

John Moses is known as very funny comic who is climbing the comedy ladder at an incredibly fast pace. Honest and fast-paced, John’s comedy will constantly take you by surprise with “did-he-really-just-say-that” punchlines.


The featured comedian will be none other than Philly comic and my personal friend, Monroe Martin. Monroe started hisMonroe Martin comedy career in Philadelphia until he made the big move to New York where he is now making a huge impact with his set, opening for comedians such as Keith Robinson, Joe Derosa, and Godfrey. Nobody can vouch for Monroe’s set better than myself. Watching his career escalate over the past two years has been not only impressive, but personally inspiring.

Joining the line-up will be the very kind and generous “Comedians for a Cause” organization. Known as a comedy group that throws comedy shows for noble causes, they were first on my list of comedians to call considering the stature of the cause. Comedians Joe Mayo and Mike Rainey will be performing for comedians for a cause. Check out Monroe Martin's video here.


Online tickets are now on sale at this link. Guest spots will be given to select comedians who will be personally contacted by myself.

Those who wish to donate more can do so on our Wounded Warrior Project page.

Every donation counts and is greatly appreciated.

This show is a special event and will be held on a friday night instead of our regularly scheduled Wednesday show.


Be sure to RSVP to our facebook event page HERE!