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Comedy Clash and Happy Hour Show with theSet NYC

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The cats over at theSet NYC have emailed me a few times and it seems like what they are doing is pretty cool.  Basically they do modern day variety shows highlighting some of NYC’s great up and coming talent.

Their next event is tomorrow, 9/11 and it’s gonna be a happy hour extravaganza…I think.  I don’t actually know what the performances will be of, but drinks will be $3 and there’s gonna be some grub.  Oh wait, never mind, here’s a list of the performers.   Plus if you go to their website and print out the flyer for the show you can get in for FREE.  Otherwise it’s $3.

It sounds like fun.  If I was in town I’d be there for sure because I’m gonna bet it’s a great place for networking.  If you’re into that kind of thing.  Let me know how it is.

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theSet NYC Comedy Clash and Happy Hour Show
Le Poisson Rouge
158 Bleecker St. @ Thompson St. [West Village]
Friday 9/11
7-9:30pm

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