Courier Life’s



Where: 635 Sackett St. between Third and Fourth avenues
Updated Jun. 15, 2017


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Upcoming events at this venue:

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Comedian and actress Lane Moore hosts a totally improvised, anything-can-happen interactive comedy showstopper with helpful and oftentimes ridiculous Tinder tips, tricks, real-time swiping, and messaging.

8:30 pm.

With music by Mursi Layne, Boston Chery, and Unk Da Boss.

11 pm.

Twelve of New York City’s most warm-hearted oddballs compete for the title of Most Inner Beautiful of New York City, hosted by comedian Jo Firestone. Contestants will participate in an interview portion, a talent portion, and a home-made swimsuit competition.

8 pm.

Family stories? PowerPoints? Heated discussions about gentrification? The Kondabolu Brothers (Hari and Ashok) will cover it all in their improvised, tangential show.

8 pm.

The ever-moving, NYC-based comedy festival comes to Brooklyn! It’s a celebration of the wanderlust spirit of our generation and also an unwillingness to commit to anything. With Samantha Ruddy, Casey James Salengo, Jo Firestone, and more.

8 pm.

What is country music? Who decides? Who is it for? And what does that have to do with this country? Some of the best queer, trans, and/or P.O.C. musicians to ask these questions and share their music for an all-day, all-out extravaganza! There will be DJs and dancing, food trucks, special drinks, and a bake sale to benefit the Trans Justice Funding Project.

2:30 pm.

The wildest, craziest, and punniest competition returns to Brooklyn! Fred and Jo Firestone referee 18 contestants in their battle to see who can spontaneously come up with the best puns.

8 pm.

Join the Atlas Obscura Society New York for an evening of bawdy discovery as they delve into the history of burlesque, an enchanting form of performance that has shimmied, shook, and shifted with the times over a transformative century in America.

7:30 pm.

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