215 N. 11th St. Philadelphia, PA 19107
(11th & Race St.)
Good Good Comedy Theatre is Philadelphia’s home for live, mercilessly unpredictable independent comedy.
We’re an intimate, BYOB black box theater that houses up to four wildly different live comedy shows per night. This includes stand-up, sketch, improv, storytelling and (especially) everything in between.
This theater started as a dream. Then, a team of alchemists converted it into a wish. Now, thanks to our proprietary wish-realizing process, Good Good Comedy Theatre is a reality. We also offer classes in improv, sketch writing, producing your own comedy show and more – as well as various workshops from notable comedians around the globe.
As a whole, Good Good Comedy Theatre is made up of dozens of incredibly talented show producers, hundreds of Philadelphia’s best comedians, and countless packed crowds that love cool, weird, offbeat comedy stuff.
Good Good launched a Kickstarter in early 2016 to open this theater which was fully funded in less than two days. These words, the space, the comedy – it was all made possible by the generous help of hundreds of comedians, comedy fans and inexplicably nice people who don’t fall into one of those two categories.
Good Good received the 2017 Philadelphia Magazine Best of Philly award for Best Comedy Club and was voted Best Live Theater Venue in the 2017 Philly.com Readers’ Choice awards.
Please note: All sales are final, including tickets to shows and enrollment in classes. Purchaser may transfer ticket(s) to another recipient by simply having them give the purchaser’s name at the door.
Purchase of ticket guarantees entry into showroom as long as ticket holders arrive prior to ten minutes past showtime. Ticket purchase does NOT guarantee a seat in the showroom. If all seats are filled, customer may be required to stand to watch the show.
Your seat may be released to a stand-by customer if you do not arrive prior to ten minutes past showtime.
Good Good Comedy Theatre is wheelchair accessible! Because our building was built in the ’30s, there’s a weird single step at the entrance. We make use of a portable ramp, and members of our staff will be on-hand and happy to assist. Good Good also has a wheelchair-accessible bathroom.