Fat Fish Blues continues their series of FREE comedy shows this week with COMEDIAN DAVID JOLLY and his friends in the HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY!
The hospitality industry is one of the most unknown funny groups of strange people.
This show will showcase some of the best in Orlando in a wild open mic – winner take all comedic hospitality battle of wits.
There’s no on/off button for Orlando comedian David Jolly. A fountain of funny in all situations, Jolly’s minutes behind the mic are an extension of his round-the-clock boisterous antics. Five years into his comedy career, he enjoys audiences that crave his presence throughout his hometown and beyond. He has delivered laffs at Broadway Comedy Club and The Performers Club in New York as well as Improv franchise locations throughout Florida.
They say laughter is the best medicine, and it’s true. The Florida native did not always have a reason to smile. Surviving the broken foster care system as a child and fighting through a coma in 2010, Jolly harnessed his inner strength and channeled it through comedy. He took inspiration from the GOAT, Dave Chappelle, and persistently crafts a set designed to connect with people of all kinds.
Today, the father of one sees his adversities as motivation, and he’s unstoppable. He placed second in a New Faces of Comedy competition and he also won 1st place in the “Big D’s” comedy competition against national touring headliners. He has shared the stage with Theo Von, Lavelle Crawford, and Pablo Francisco.
DOORS OPEN AT 6:30 PM
SHOW STARTS AT 7:30 PM
Fat Fish Blues / Orlando Improv
9101 International Drive
FULL BAR AND MENU AVAILABLE
OTHER IMPORTANT NOTES:
This show will take place in the bar of the Orlando Improv known as The Fat Fish Blues Stage.
Attendance is free.
Seating is assigned based on first come, first sat basis.
The beginning of this show will be about ten minutes after the start of the main show.
Exact start time is subject to change and based off of the main show.
The end of this show is also determined by the end of the show in the main room. Both shows must end at the same time and this is out of the control of the comedians performing of the producer of the show.
All acts and show times are subject to change.