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95 Star Starred
Jokes & Notes Comedy Club
4641 South King Drive Chicago, IL 60653
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The weather was Winter cold breezy. I wore Was over dressed and I went semi dressey / casual dresses.
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The weather was nice little cool. I wore thin jacket.
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Live Comedy, Hosted by George Willborn
14 ratings
4.8 average rating
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4 reviews
5 stars
attended Sep 15 2007

I have purchased tickets for Jokes and Notes one other time before through Goldstar. It was a wonderful experiences with no problems. The show was great. This visit was quite different. When I arrived at 8:30 pm for the 9:00 pm show they had...continued

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25 reviews
17 stars
attended Sep 14 2007

The show was great, but I was disappointed Vanessa Fraction wasn't there.

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4 reviews
2 stars
attended Aug 25 2007

I took my daughter and we both enjoyed the show.

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George Willborn MC’s every Friday & Saturday evening at Jokes & Notes

Since his first appearance on stage in 1987, George Willborn has brought laughter to the masses with his “no holds barred” approach to telling the truth about what’s funny.

Dubbed the “stress reliever of comedy,” George went from being the host of the All Jokes Aside comedy club in 1992 to making television appearances on “Def Comedy Jam,” “Def Comedy All Stars,” “Showtime at the Apollo,” Comedy Central’s “Comic Justice” and BET’s “Comic View.”

In his extensive career, he has also written jokes for queen of comedy Mo’Nique and hosted radio programs in Washington, D.C. and his hometown of Chicago.

About the Ticket Supplier: Jokes & Notes Comedy Club

Jokes & Notes is the premier comedy and jazz club featuring primarily minority comedians in Chicago’s South Side.