Venue Details

Punch Line Comedy Club
Between Clay St. and Washington St. 444 Battery Street San Francisco, CA 94111
415-397-7573
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Rated by 34 members
Robert A.
Review from Robert A.
Red Velvet 467 events 386 reviews

This was a great evening of outstanding comedy. The opener was Jules Posner and he was very engaging and funny. The feature was Reggie Steele and he is extremely funny and truly a nice guy. His smile go a long way to deliver his outstanding...continued

reviewed Jul 06 2016 report as inappropriate
Don Guralnick
Review from Don Guralnick
249 events 85 reviews

Very funny. Interacts almost exclusively with audience so the show depends on their participation

reviewed Dec 19 2009 report as inappropriate
Don Guralnick
Review from Don Guralnick
249 events 85 reviews

Witty comic who is very interactive with the audience. Lots of laughs. Very entertaining

reviewed Mar 21 2014 report as inappropriate
Kathleen Clancy
Review from Kathleen Clancy
115 events 45 reviews

I will go see him again. His act almost killed me,
but I'm still breathing. WTF!
Spread the love, god knows we need it.
K

reviewed Sep 02 2011 report as inappropriate
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Ian Bagg

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Quotes & Highlights

See videos of Ian’s comedy at his website http://www.ianbagg.com/.

Description

Ian Bagg was born in the little town of Terrace, B.C. Canada. In 1994, he began doing stand-up comedy and quickly became a regular at all the major comedy clubs. After a short three years in New York, Ian had made three appearances on NBC’s Late Night with Conan O’Brien. Soon after moving to Los Angeles, he worked as a correspondent for MySpace, hosted Ripe TV’s The_ Hollywood Burn_, and even had his own live talk show “The Ian Bagg Show”. He’s added credits like NBC’s The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, as well as CBS’s Late Late Show with hosts Craig Kilborn and Craig Ferguson. He was able to be a part of a half hour comedy special, _A Comic’s Climb on HBO, and Comedy Central Presents Ian Bagg._ In love with the art of stand up, he was thrilled when The History Channel asked him to be a part of their special_, The History of the Joke._

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