A flexible performance space inside of a former firehouse in downtown Framingham, Amazing Things has 200 seats and an eclectic audience that make this a very different and worthwhile comedy experience. There’s free parking in the rear.
247 Elm Street (Davis Square), Somerville, MA
This back-room showroom has a great, informal feel and is a fantastic place to watch a show. It seats a snug 140, and is the perfect place for a small off-night fundraiser or informal event for your company. The sight lines and sound are great, there are good views of the stage all-around, and Guinness on tap
With a spacious upstairs room and huge (free) parking lot next door, this Irish pub is perfect for comedy fundraisers and other shows. It’s spacious enough to fit more than 300 patrons, with great sight lines and a large stage. The bar downstairs is great for pre- or post-show mingling, and there’s a lineup of great bands that start playing just after the show is over.
How beautiful is this place? Elegant yet comfortable, it seats more than 380. Located on Gloucester’s harbor, it affords a view of cruise ships and working boats. With easy access and on-site parking, it’s a great spot for an upscale fundraiser.
The classic old theater-turned-cinema pub somehow recreates the comfortable feel of a basement rec room in a 300-seat performance space. Located downtown, it offers plenty of parking with fantastic comedy.
This intimate 110-seat room in a family restaurant is the setting for monthly shows featuring surprisingly great lineups featuring promising newcomers at the start and Boston’s best closers at the end. With its low ceilings and intimate feel, it’s great for comedy in a casual venue. There is an on-premises parking lot, and it is available for fundraisers.
Scamps Comedy produced its first show at this former vaudeville theater in March 2006, and has been bringing new people into the theater ever since with its “Comedy at the Shea” series. It’s a fantastic performing space, in the heart of a charming downtown business district.
Scamps Comedy produced the first of several sold-out shows at this 304-seat former vaudeville theater-turned-cinema pub in September 2006. We’ve been filling the house in downtown Clinton six or seven times a year since.
Home of our Tuesday night open mike — which draws comedians with national TV credits and first timers — this room upstairs at a sports bar is also a great place for small fundraisers, private parties and open-to-the-public shows. The video-enhanced space fits about 120 people in a very casual setting. There’s plenty of parking.