July 16

Matt Kirshen

Matt Kirshen

Since 2001, Kirshen has become a frequent performer at London clubs including the Comedy Store, and has completed several university tours. Kirshen was a finalist in So You Think You're Funny? at the 2003 Edinburgh Festival Fringe and was named Hackney Empire New Act of the Year. In 2007, he was one of the final seven comics in NBC's reality TV show Last Comic Standing. In 2008, he recorded a 30-minute special for Paramount Comedy, now known as Comedy Central (UK and Ireland). In 2009, he co-wrote and starred in the BBC Radio 4 sketch comedy series Bigipedia. He also released an album entitled I Guess We'll Never Know,[4] which ranked in Punchline magazine's Top 10 comedy albums of 2009.[5] In an appearance on the podcast International Waters, he vowed that "the world has seen the last of The Wilf", although when pressed, he joked, "Well, I guess we'll never know", in reference to his album of the same name.[6] In 2016, Kirshen voiced Hugh on The Loud House episode "Study Muffin". His international stand-up performances include Singapore, Dubai, the Netherlands, Germany, and France.[3]

Kirshen wrote for The Jim Jefferies Show on Comedy Central,[7] for which he was nominated for a 2018 Writers Guild of America Award,[8] and for season 5 of Arrested Development.

07/16/2022 7:00 PM

Door Time: 5:30 PM

Other Showtimes

Show starts at 7:00pm Saturday with 5:30 seating for dinner.

2 item min of food or beverage.

Doors open 90 minutes before the shows. 

Ample free parking,


Since 2001, Kirshen has become a frequent performer at London clubs including the Comedy Store, and has completed several university tours. Kirshen was a finalist in So You Think You're Funny? at the 2003 Edinburgh Festival Fringe and was named Hackney Empire New Act of the Year. In 2007, he was one of the final seven comics in NBC's reality TV show Last Comic Standing. In 2008, he recorded a 30-minute special for Paramount Comedy, now known as Comedy Central (UK and Ireland). In 2009, he co-wrote and starred in the BBC Radio 4 sketch comedy series Bigipedia. He also released an album entitled I Guess We'll Never Know,[4] which ranked in Punchline magazine's Top 10 comedy albums of 2009.[5] In an appearance on the podcast International Waters, he vowed that "the world has seen the last of The Wilf", although when pressed, he joked, "Well, I guess we'll never know", in reference to his album of the same name.[6] In 2016, Kirshen voiced Hugh on The Loud House episode "Study Muffin". His international stand-up performances include Singapore, Dubai, the Netherlands, Germany, and France.[3]

Kirshen wrote for The Jim Jefferies Show on Comedy Central,[7] for which he was nominated for a 2018 Writers Guild of America Award,[8] and for season 5 of Arrested Development.