Comedy Night Saturday, March 21st
...our St. Patrick's Comedy Laughtacular
and Irish Buffet!
Please join us...
The evening starts off with complimentary butler-passed St. Patricks appetizers in The Pub (5:30pm, cash bar opens at 5pm), next comes an elegant buffet dinner (6:30pm), followed by entertainment from TWO headliner comedians!
Corned Beef & Cabbage
Bangers and Mash
Carved Leg of Lamb
Here's the best part...
the whole evening INCLUDING all taxes and service charge is
ONLY $50.00 per person!
Host/Emcee: Denise Medina
Denise Medina is a Chicago-based stand-up comedian and emcee. She wants to be relevant and hip but is mostly just quirky. A self-described "goofball and wonderful weirdo," her humor is good-natured, observational and relatable, so come out and enjoy her "fun-ness!"
Opening Headliner: Brian Noonan
Chicagoan Brian Noonan is a stand-up comedian, an actor, and weekend host and fill-in host at WGN Radio in Chicago and WTMJ in Milwaukee. A stage veteran of iconic comedy clubs as the IMPROV, The Laugh Factory and Zanies, you may also recognize him from such TV shows as Chicago Med, Guys Behaving Badly or Malcolm In The Middle. Often described as an "every man" and "genuine", Brian's take on life reflects it as he wins over every audience member with his "belly up to the bar" delivery and demeanor. All subjects on any part of his life, no matter how embarrassing or against advice of legal counsel they may be, are open for discussion, ridicule, and of course laughter.
Closing Headliner: Roger Radley
A Wisconsin farm boy at heart, Roger Radley has been headlining comedy clubs, casinos and corporate events throughout the country for over 30 years. His rousing and energetic comedic style has allowed him the honor of opening for such legendary acts as George Carlin, Tom Jones, Willie Nelson, B.B. King, Johnny Cash and Loretta Lynn. Roger's natural ability to connect with an audience has also brought him success as a writer and producer of commercials for TV and radio. Thankfully he prefers the stage and the satisfaction of turning a room full of strangers into a room full of friends.