A comedy show in Irvine will put a smile on animals' faces
You come to the Comedy Unleashed comedy show at the Irvine Improv on Sept. 19 and in doing so, give animals a chance at life.
Irvine has announced the seventh annual Comedy Unleashed fundraiser in support of animals in need. Specifically, the Irvine Animal Care Center.
The program features appearances by comedians Patrick Keane and Gary Kennon. Patrick has appeared on Comedy Central Live At Gotham, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, The Bob and Tom Show, Comics Unleashed, and the Montreal Humor Festival. He has also been a cast member of the Tony Rock Project. Harry, on the other hand, is known as the host of Hollywood Improv, a show with outstanding comedy actors. He sets the tone on stage, creating a fun atmosphere and making the audience enjoy their time.
Comedy Unleashed will be headlined by Eric Schwartz (pictured). He combines standup, music and multimedia in his work. Fresh off the release of his special album, Delivery, Eric is traveling the country on his Delivery Tour. He has appeared on the Tonight Show, Showtime, Hulu, BET and opened the Jo Koy Just Kidding world tour in six countries.
Guests will enjoy dinner and a concert for only $44 per person. And all proceeds will benefit the designated Center. The Comedy Unleashed comedy show is available for adults 18 years of age and older only. Purchase tickets online or immediately on-site. The Irvine Improv is located at 527 Spectrum Center Drive.
Irvine Animal Care Center provides housing and care for homeless, abandoned, abused or unwanted animals. For more information about the Center, visit irvineanimals.org or call 949-724-7740.
Socium.Network team would like to thank everyone who helps animals and does good for them!