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Comedy Night with Juston McKinney, A Year in Review.

Friday, December 15

Don’t miss this extraordinary opportunity to see the famed comedian Juston McKinney in this unique and intimate setting. With only 60 seats, there truly isn’t a bad seat in the house. Juston typically performs in venues of over 600 to 1,000 seats.

The doors open at 6:00 for dinner and drinks before the show. Juston comes on stage at 7:00. So arrive early if you plan on dining. The kitchen will be closing at 7:00. The bar will remain open for the show.

ABOUT JUSTON MCKINNEY

With multiple appearances on “The Tonight Show,”,” one-hour specials on “Comedy Central”, and “Amazon Prime,” including “Parentally Challenged” and “On Mid-Life Support,” Juston is at the top of his game. He just released his 5th stand-up special, “On the Bright Side,” currently streaming on his YouTube channel.

Justin was born in Portsmouth, NH, and grew up living on the border of New Hampshire and Maine. In the late 1990s after spending seven years as a Deputy Sheriff in rural Maine, he traded his gun for a microphone and moved to NYC to pursue a career in comedy. He quickly became a regular at Comic Strip LiveStand-Up New YorkDangerfield’sGotham, and Caroline’s on Broadway, 1990s, and the New York Times called him “Destined for stardom.”

Juston has starred in numerous Comedy Central shows, including his half-hour Comedy Central Presents and his one-hour special “Juston McKinney-A Middle-Class Hole”. He has multiple appearances on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Conan O’Brien,, as well as a Showtime Special with Rob Gronkowski. He has also appeared twice at Denis Leary’s Comics Come Home at the TD Garden. His TV & movie credits include The King of Queens,100 Centre Street, The Zoo Keeper, and Here Comes the Boom.

He currently lives in New Hampshire with his wife, kids, and dogs, and when he’s not “dadding,” he is touring theaters and clubs all over the country. Screened at the NH Film Festival. He was awarded “Best Acting Performance”.