In 2013, The Laff House Comedy Club in Philadelphia closed it’s doors for good. The club represented the early beginnings of Kevin Hart, Michael Blackson, TuRae and countless other Philly comedians. Now with a new location at Philadelphia’s Prince Theater, the club is looking to continue it’s legacy. Laff House officially reopens today with a series of shows, as revealed by The Prince Theatre.
Laff House Comedy Club, the renowned comedy club in Philly, is reopening on Thursday, 4th June, 2015, upstairs at the Prince Theater, 1412 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia PA 19102, with five performances of a solid grand opening show. Many more events are planned during the summer. Schedule for each week is Thursday at 8:00pm and two shows on Friday and Saturday at 8:00pm and 10:00pm. Laff House Comedy Club is taking this new initiative at the Prince with the aim of strengthening its comedy roots. The Laff House was a popular landmark in the historical South Street section of Philadelphia and ran successfully for over twenty years.