This week at Comedy Heights we have three amazing shows.
For ten years we we’ve been proud to provide top quality live stand up comedy. We now have three different venues for people to choose from or better yet check out all three! Every other Thursday night we are outdoors at the Liberty Public Market show time is 6:30pm. Friday nights get down to Chula Vista’s best brewery, Bay Bridge Brewing, for great brews and eats. The doors open at 3pm with show time 8pm. And Saturday night we have Comedy Heights at Twiggs in University Heights where we started out ten years ago. Show time is 8pm. Get there early to find parking and a seat. This show is almost always standing room only.
Matt Stanton headlines the show at Comedy Heights at Liberty Public Market. Matt is a 14 year comedy veteran who has been performing at clubs, colleges, military bases and corporates all over the country. At 6’6″, he is easy to remember with a smooth delivery making him fun to watch and works in front of a wide range of audiences. The Redstone Arsenal Military Base in Huntsville, Alabama called him “a clean comic sensation.” Others agree as Matt has appeared on the nationally syndicated radio program The Bob & Tom Show, and as part of Dave Coulier’s Clean Guys Of Comedy Movie. Joining Matt Thursday night are Gina Manning, Ty Shelton, Kimbles Hume and our host Tony Calabrese.
Friday night at Comedy Heights at Bay Bridge Brewing we have the hilarious Quincy Weekley with Wendy Wilkins, Michael Donye, Connor Castello and guest host Tony Calabrese. Saturday night at Twiggs Quincy Weekley is back with Tony Calabrese, Wendy Wilkins, Michael Donye Connor Castello and our own Al Gavi back as host.
Quincy Weekley is one of the strong new comedy faces to come out of the Los Angeles comedy scene. This Bay Area native has quickly become a favorite at all the LA comedy hot spots. Soon after moving to LA to work in film and television Quincy began working at the oldest comedy club in the nation. After sitting in the sound booth and watching comics like George Lopez, Orny Adams, Billy Gardell and Brad Garrett he quickly realized he had a passion for standup comedy. He entertained the masses as a guest on Craig Shoemakers national radio show and has opened up for George Lopez, Tommy Davidson, and Damon Wayans. He placed second in the Los Angeles Super Bowl of Comedy, and has traveled overseas to perform for the troops.