Indoor Location

Indoor location.

Food and Beverage rules

BYOB. Bring your own snacks

Audience age requirement

Ages 21+.

Covid protocols

Masks recommended.

You’ve found Comedy’s Worst Kept Secret.

You’re one step away from experiencing live comedy like never before. Secret comedians, secret location, and no two drink minimums (they suck). Purchase tickets and we’ll send you the rest of the secret info at noon on the day of the show. Here’s everything we can tell you:

SHOW DETAILS:

The show is at an Indoor location in Port Richmond, Philadelphia. This show is BYOB. One (1) complimentary cocktail provided by Manatawny Still Works will be available to each guest.

Where will the show be?

The show’s location remains a mystery until we deliver it to the ticket-holder’s email by 12 noon on the day of the show!

Who is performing?

All comedians remain unknown until they come to the stage! You’ll never know who might show up.

Any other questions?

Check out our FAQ - or email us at info@donttellcomedy.com.


ABOUT DON’T TELL COMEDY

Don’t Tell Comedy brings live comedy experiences to cities across the nation. We showcase the best of the next generation of stand up comedians through secret pop up shows in unique locations! Want to see what a show looks like? Check out our Instagram. For any questions, please reach out to us at info@donttellcomedy.com.)

About our Sponsors

The Rounds is a local refill and delivery service of everyday staples and essentials, using zero-packaging waste. Customize your bundle from 100+ products, both conventional and local favorites, such as Bean2Bean Coffee and Merzbacher's breads. Like a modern day milkman, get your products delivered to your door and empty containers picked back up on e-bike.

Manatawny Still Works is a state-of the-art distillery producing the highest quality, small-batch spirits. Manatawny Creek, an 18.2 mile-long tributary of the mighty Schuylkill River, cuts through the Montgomery County countryside and has become home to a winery, a brewery and, now, our distillery. It was first named by the indigenous Lenape Man'en'tau'wata'wik, "the place we meet to drink," and it means the same to us today.