A TongueNcheek Comedy Night TONIGHT 3/29

What: Free Comedy show
When: Monday March 29 at 8:17pm (??)
Where: Vanderbilt’s Sarratt Cinema

Our friend Heather at Vanderbilt told us about this one. It’s a free comedy show featuring Jim Tavare, Finalist from Last Comic Standing and Tom the Barman in Harry Potter Prisoner of Azkaban. It’s taking place at the Sarratt Cinema, the same place the International Lens movies are shown. It is, of course, FREE. There are also a few little fun things they have going on:

  • Free pizza in Sarratt with your ticket before the show
  • 3 lucky audience members will get to sit on stage during the performance and try not to laugh to win $50 in Commodore Cash (this can be used for food on campus, anything for students, or anything from the Vanderbilt Bookstore)
  • Free Butterbeer before the show (a heartwarming drink from Harry Potter including only cream soda, butterscotch, and butter!)

This is a great event for fans of comedy and Harry Potter. The length is an hour and fifteen minutes, so it won’t interrupt your studying too much.

Check behind the cut for directions to the event along with parking info (something I always have trouble with when trying to go to Vanderbilt events)

Directions to Sarratt Box Office and Sarratt Cinema (they’re right next to each other)
from West End Avenue
turn onto campus taking 24th avenue
Take a left onto Vanderbilt Avenue which is the second stop sign
Sarratt Cinema and the Box Office is on the first floor of Sarratt Student Center straight ahead after you take that left

Parking info:
Parking for Nashville community members is available at no charge in Zone 2 lot 2 on West End Avenue. Please avoid parking in spaces that are reserved. If the lot is full, metered parking spaces are also available on West End (Note: There is no charge for parking at the West End meters after 6 pm , campus parking meters may still have a charge).


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  • lola

    Is this open to anyone? Or just Vandy students?

  • Emily

    I do believe it’s open to everyone!

  • Meryem

    I don’t think you mentioned it– but you need to get a ticket beforehand. They’ve been promoting the event pretty heavily so I don’t suggest trying to get a ticket last minute, but there might still be some available at Sarratt’s ticket office.

  • Emily

    Yeah, not sure that was in the press release I got, thanks for the info Meryem.