Venue Details

417 Star Starred
Cobb's Comedy Club
at Lombard 915 Columbus Ave San Francisco, CA 94133
415-928-4320
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Elizabeth Walsh
The food was barely edible and way overpriced for what you get.
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Mae Mae
The weather was Chilly w/ the sun out . I wore jeans and a tank. .
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attended May 02 2008

He was brilliant! He even stayed a little after his time to tell a few more jokes. Everything he said was hilarious! I highly recommend anyone see him when he comes back into town! He's definitely one of my favorites!

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attended May 02 2008

Mike Birbiglia was very funny, but the girl who went before him completely tanked. I mean awkward to watch tanking... Still a good show though with Mike and the host.

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Website

http://www.birbigs.com/

Description

Comedian Mike Birbiglia achieved comedy cult status in 2006 with the nationwide release of his Comedy Central CD “Two Drink Mike” and “Medium Man on Campus” college tour. For the past 6 years, Mike has toured the country honing the act that would make him one of the youngest comedians to ever appear on “The Late Show with David Letterman.” Mike is a talk show regular and the star of two “Comedy Central Presents” specials, but what has truly galvanized his fan base is his “Secret Public Journal,” a weekly blog that Birbiglia emails to thirty thousand fans and broadcasts to millions on the nationally-syndicated “Bob & Tom Radio Show.”  Birbiglia recently released a live stand-up CD based on the Journal.

Recently, Comedy Central premiered Mike’s one-hour comedy special “What I Should Have Said Was Nothing,” leading to his “What I Should Have Said Was Nothing” comedy tour to sold out shows across the country.