Colin Quinn – Red State Blue State

SNL alum and sage satirist Colin Quinn is here to take no prisoners. In this hilarious stand-up show, performed live at the Minetta Lane Theatre, no political view is safe. Quinn takes on political division highlighting the truth, absurdity, and humor on both sides of the aisle. This isnt Colin Quinn vs. liberals or conservatives. This is Colin Quinn deftly roasting liberals, conservatives, and everyone in between.
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Chuck Neighbors – Get Me to the Church in Rhyme

They say write what you know and Chuck Neighbors knows a thing or two about churches. He has been in literally thousands of them in his 45-year career as a touring actor and storyteller. Chuck brings his experience and his love for wordplay together in this collection of limericks on God, faith, and the church. A limerick is a clever and fun way to share a short story and these short stories are sure to make you smile and, occasionally, groan.
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Lost Voice Guy – Disabilty for Dunces

Lee Ridley is an English comedian. Disabled since birth and unable to speak, he is the first stand up comedian to use a communication aid in his routines. Performing under the stage name Lost Voice Guy, he rose to national prominence after winning one the UKs biggest talent shows, Britain’s Got Talent. “I’m from Newcastle but my voice is from PC World.”
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Nick Pope – Indistinguishable from Magic

Are we being visited by aliens from other worlds? Are governments involved in a decades-long conspiracy to cover up the truth about an alien presence here on Earth? Many say aliens are real and the greatest conspiracy ever is the cover-up of the shocking truth. When humanity encounters aliens, every aspect of our lives will be profoundly affected: politics, religion, science, and technology. With over 50 percent of Americans believing that UFOs are real, it’s time to examine the ramifications much more closely. Join Nick Pope, who ran the UFO program at UK Ministry of Defense, as he reveals how the world will be changed forever when the aliens arrive and we make first contact.
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Hana Walker-Brown – The Beautiful Brain

This is a story about football, or soccer as its known in the US. The highs, the lows, historic match days, and foul play. Its a celebration of a beloved player, a history maker, and his tragic ending at the final whistle. Its a story about science and discovery, about the people on the frontline of life-changing research. But above all, its a story about family, and about consequence.
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David Haviland – How to Remove a Brain

Have you ever wondered how long it takes to digest chewing gum? What hiccups are for? Whether it’s safe to fly with breast implants? Taking in everything from the outrageous (yes, Hitler was addicted to crystal meth) to the eye-watering (such as the renowned surgeon who accidentally cut off his patient’s left testicle) to the downright disgusting (like the cure for toothache used by the Egyptians involving dead mouse paste), this book proves that medical science is not for the faint-hearted, lily-livered, or weak-stomached!
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