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Michael Winslow of Police Academy Fame and Man of 10,000 Sound Effects to Perform at Flappers Comedy Club in Burbank

BURBANK, Calif., Nov. 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Headliner Michael Winslow from the Police Academy Films is making his debut at Flappers Comedy Club on Dec 18th. 2012 at 8pm  Tickets $20.00.   Special Thanks to the many celebrity headliners that dropped in last month including Christopher Titus, PJ Walsh, Geoff Keith, Al Lubel, Mark Valley, Samuel J. Comroe, Greg Proops, Oscar Nunez, Maz Jobrani, Fritz Coleman, Tom Green.  Be sure and visit us for this month's Comedy Events including :

STARDUMB! with Bil Dwyer, Will Sasso, Natasha Leggero, Laura House and More Sun Nov 29th 2012 7pm, $15.00
Tom Green, Dec 5th 2012, 8pm Tickets $20.00
Two Milk Minimum, Family Friendly Comedy, Sat Dec 8th 4:30pm Doors open at 4pm | Free Admission to All
Set List Show W/Eddie Peppitone, Dec 7th & 8th 2012 | Fri & Sat 8 & 10pm Shows | Tickets $20.00
Hal Sparks, Sunday Dec 9th, 2012 7pm | 20.00 Tickets
Sun Dec 23rd 2012, Christmastime for the Jews | 7pm | Tickets $15.00
New Year's  Eve Felipe Esparza Monday Dec 31st 2012 8 & 10pm

Flappers Comedy LLC is operated by a group of people who are passionate about comedy.  Proprietors, Barbara Holliday and Dave Reinitz, operate the Flappers Comedy Club in Burbank which features 4 Stages and a Full Restaurant and Bar with a 1920's theme and is "Still Celebrating the Repeal of Prohibition." The club also has a smaller showroom, "The Yoo Hoo Room" which has 60 seats; they also have a BAR and Patio where you can hang out and eat and drink before, during and after shows.  


DOWNTOWN BURBANK:   102. East Magnolia Street Burbank CA  91502


Open Tues through Saturday

8pm & 10pm Headliner shows in the Mainroom.

7:30pm, 9:30pm & 11:00pm shows in the Yoo Hoo Room

4:30pm on Saturday (Family Friendly Show- Two Milk Minimum)

Sunday 7pm & 9pm shows in Mainroom and Yoo Hoo Room


All ages welcome 18 plus preferred for the night shows.

Free Parking:

Many Lots and Streets in Downtown Burbank - All Free Parking

Food & Drinks: 

Full-Service bar and restaurant, Dinner served before, during and after shows. 

Show Schedule

Complete show schedule online 

Show Tickets:

$10-15.00 Weekdays - $20.00 weekends. Reservations are suggested.

Online Pre-Purchase 

Tickets & Info:

818-845-972 - [email protected]

Contact: Barbara Holliday (818) 845-9721
Email: [email protected]

SOURCE Flappers Comedy Club

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