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Punch Line Comedy Club
Between Clay St. and Washington St. 444 Battery Street San Francisco, CA 94111
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162 events
151 reviews
120 stars
Weeknight are less busy and you can get a better seat.
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Comedian Robert Hawkins
54 ratings
4.8 average rating
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1 review
0 stars
attended Oct 28 2009

this guy is amazing. quick-witted and dynamic. great show!

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244 events
173 reviews
24 stars
attended Jun 12 2013

Robert was really funny, enjoyed his performance. So I would give him five stars. However the venue itself has problems. Took an hour to get our pizza. We arrived early to enjoy some food and drink. But the pizza did not arrive until well into the...continued

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129 events
10 reviews
103 stars
attended Oct 28 2009

Hawkins really knows how to please a crowd. Within minutes the crowd (which had been fairly quiet) was exploding with laughter. His delivery is really well honed and he will extend a (successful) joke to the point where you can't believe you're...continued

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A former writer and actor on the hit sitcom Titus, former San Francisco resident Robert Hawkins was a finalist in the San Francisco International Comedy Competition and winner of the California State University Comedy Competition. In 1996, he wowed audiences and industry figures in Montreal at the Just For Laughs International Comedy Festival, which led to Robert being awarded a Fox development deal. In 2001, he was voted one of the 25 top comics in the country in a poll of comedy club owners nominating candidates for the American Comedy Awards.

And, perhaps needless to say, he’s starred in his own Comedy Central half-hour special, appeared on “Late Night With Conan O’Brien,” and a slew of other TV shows. Still, when all is said and done about his work — cable TV, network TV, writing, acting, etc. — Robert Hawkins’ first love is performing comedy in a club in front of a live audience, and obviously he’s pretty damn good at it. Do you want to miss that? Didn’t think so.