DC Improv

Address
1140 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington
DC 20036

Opening Hours
Tue & Wed 11h00 to 17h00 - Thu 11h00 to 22h00 - Fri 11h00 to 1h00 - Sat 18h00 to 1h00 - Sun 18h00 to 22h30

Website
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Telephone
202 296 7008

 
DC Improv

Description

The DC Improv Comedy Club is the No 1 venue for all your comedy needs.

It features national touring headliners, local celebrities, a comedy school and two showrooms, plus a full restaurant and bar.

The DC Improv first launched in 1992, showcasing newcomers Ellen DeGeneres, Dave Chappelle and Brian Regan. Today, The DC Improv continues to house the best comedic talent in the business.

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