Comedy Night

Southern Oregon’s best live comedy night happens every weekend at Chadwick’s Pub & Sports Bar.

Every Friday & Saturday Night.
Shows start at 8:00 pm. $10 cover charge.

Gather the crew and come on out for a night of laughs and fun in Medford, Oregon. Legendary performers, unforgettable fun. Stand-up comedy at its finest.

Most weekends feature comedian Carl Lee as our MC.  Carl Lee has toured all over the U.S with great comics such as Ron White, Mo’Nique, Bill Bellamy and John Pinette. Carl has performed at the North Carolina Comedy Festival and Redwood Comedy Festival, and was featured on The Bob and Tom Show and NBC’s Last Comic Festival.

This weekend’s show:

NOTICE: The following video clips may contain adult language and are meant for mature audiences.  Please preview scheduled comedians before attending the show if you are sensitive to language.

 

Comedy Night September 20-21

Headliner: Chris Cope

Chris Cope, a Florida transplant now living in Los Angeles. The city has been good to Chris in just 3 short years he’s appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Tosh.O, Laughs on Fox. In 2015 Chris won the prestigious BIG SKY Comedy Festival.  He’s acted in feature films and also appeared on the hit ABC TV Show “Grey’s Anatomy”. Catch Chris performing all over the United States and Canada!”

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Opener: Mike Colleta

Mike Coletta is a Seattle based comedian originally from Alaska. He started comedy performing improv in the wheat-infested, cultural boomtown of Pullman, Washington. There, Coletta cracked up college audiences in the Nuthouse Improv Comedy Troupe, where he performed and directed. Coletta connects with audiences through his quick wit, energetic delivery, and positive presence. His honest reaction to life experiences completely envelops his comedy, and emits a fun, passionate disposition to audiences. Coletta has performed at The Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Emerald City Comicon, Treefort Fest, and Bumbershoot. He’s also the co-host of the HugLife Podcast.

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Upcoming Comedy Shows

Comedy Night September 27-28

Headliner: Larry Reeb

Known as “Uncle Lar”, Larry Reeb is the wise cracking black sheep, politically incorrect relative everyone knows. Like any concerned relative “Uncle Lar” wants to help, so in his own twisted way he does, He gives tips, “Uncle Lar” gives tips on everything from marriage to lotteries to children. Always topping it off with that’s a tip from your “uncle Lar”. “Uncle Lar has been voted Chicago Comedian of the year, twice. He won the Las Vegas comedy festival, and has appeared on Showtime: Billy Gardell presents Road Dogs, HBO w Rodney Dangerfield, NBC: Last Comic standing, and Larry has been heard numerous times on the Bob and Tom radio show.

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Opener: Christine Little

Her playful comedy combines unique life observations with an animated presence. Little has been on FOX’s “LAUGHS” multiple times, has performed at comedy festivals all over the country such as Limestone, Laughing Skull, Cape Fear and Laugh Your Asheville Off, and opened for headliners such as Mad TV’s Bobby Lee. She’s also been featured on the front page of Funny or Die and The Huffington Post and is soon appearing on the new series, “Alone Together”.  Overall, Christine wants you to like her and be impressed by her life… Are you!?

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Comedy Night October 4-5

Headliner: Charlie Wiener

Charlie Wiener has headlined comedy clubs across the United States and Canada for well over a quarter of a century. In that time he has appeared at Zanie’s in Chicago, Nashville, St. Charles and Mount Vernon, Goodnight’s in Raleigh, The Admiral Theater in Bremerton, Wa., The Improv, Catch a Rising Star in Reno, Providence, Princeton, NJ and Atlantic City, The Riviera and The Plaza in Las Vegas, Loonee’s in Colorado Springs and Laff’s in Tucson and Albequerque and the Looney Bins in OK, KS and AR.

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Opener: Dave Callens

 


Comedy Night October 11-12

Headliner: Laura Hayden

Laura is like radioactive plutonium, calm exterior but explosive! Laura just appeared on ‘Stand Up In Stilettos’ on TV Guide Network. Last May she is embarked on a month long comedy tour throughout the UK, her 6th.

In December she will join 3 others on a month long tour (on her 6th) to the Middle East, can you say Mars HOT!

August, she to returned to Scotland for the 8th year in a row to participate in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Her solo show “I Didn’t Mean to be a Virgin in the 80s’ has been a hit with everyone lucky enough to see it.

And Laura is currently working on her second book, turning her dissertation (yes officially she is Dr. Laura, but not THAT Dr. Laura) in turn a speaker’s platform to help heal a world so in need of levity. Laugh more! Doctor’s orders!

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Opener: Jeremiah Coughlan

Jeremiah Coughlan is a comedian who physically resembles what would happen if Chris Farley ate Bob Ross while his stage presence embodies some of the traits of those two. Coughlan is an imperfect mix of chaos and control. In what can seem paradoxical, Jeremiah carries a calm, and contented demeanor into his high energy and surprisingly athletic performances. Although he still hasn’t figured out how to complete a painting in 30-minutes.

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Comedy Night October 18-19

Headliner: Kris Shaw

It may just be a live microphone in a small spotlight, but when Kris Shaw steps up to it, the experience is unlike anything you’ve come to expect from stand up comedy.

Kris is a storyteller who, with quick bursts of wit and carefully crafted silences, keeps the audience engaged through everyday observations and tough topics alike. His slightly askew but loveable style disarms and charms from the first set-up to the final punch line. There isn’t so much as a hint of meanness in his spirit, and that good energy spills onto the stage and beyond. You will find yourself laughing out loud, delighted at how easily you relate to this uniquely funny guy.

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Opener: Alfred Carcieri

Jeremiah Coughlan is a comedian who physically resembles what would happen if Chris Farley ate Bob Ross while his stage presence embodies some of the traits of those two. Coughlan is an imperfect mix of chaos and control. In what can seem paradoxical, Jeremiah carries a calm, and contented demeanor into his high energy and surprisingly athletic performances. Although he still hasn’t figured out how to complete a painting in 30-minutes.

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Comedy Night October 25-26

Headliner: Big Al Goodwin

Allan Goodwin (a.k.a. “Badgerine”) connects with his audiences–getting them to appreciate the lighter side of their own lives relating his own experiences and observations. Well known as the “Badgerine”—that ADHD Dyslexic Superhero comedian who sends audiences home with cheeks in pain from laughter—Allan Goodwin brings the “disability” of ADHD into an entirely new light.

A winner on America’s Funniest People, Allan has been interviewed on The Billy Bush Show, and he has been seen in several PBS commercials. Al regularly headlines comedy clubs, theaters, cruise lines, resorts and military bases, and also performs for large venues and corporate events. He was featured on the national TV show LAUGHS on Fox, and was a 2014 Finalist and a 2015 First Place Satellite Winner in the World Series of Comedy.

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Opener: Mike Masilotti

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