It's been a rough couple of years and everyone needs to find a way to decompress. Nearing the end of another long and cold winter can really get your goat but, there could be some relief in sight in the form of some laughter therapy.

This Saturday, April 16, the Bangor Arts Exchange is hosting 'Comedy Nite' to help bring a little distraction and levity to our modern times. It's also a chance to get out of the house and an excuse to dress up a little if you want.

The Comedy Line Up

The evening kicks off at 8 PM and features Henry Caitlin, Audrey Farber, Casey Watson & Alex Temple to tickle your funny bone with a master of ceremonies, Ian Stuart.

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Tickets and Prices For the Show

Tickets can be bought on Eventbrite and are $18 online prior to the day of the event and $22 day of the show at the door. If you are a Bangor Arts Exchange member you only pay $15. There is limited capacity for the show so, you might just want to snag tickets now to be safe.

The show is listed as all ages so, it sounds like the younger ones might be able to take delight in that as long as they can make it to the end of the show scheduled around 11 PM.


Proof of COVID vaccination or negative COVID test will not be required. See more at their COVID protocol webpage.

Keep Up-to-date With Bangor Arts Exchange

Check out the event Facebook page 'Comedy Nite at the Bangor Arts Exchange' and visit Bangor Arts Exchange on their Facebook page and website to keep up with upcoming performances and shows they put on.

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