3 Places to Make You Laugh in Pittsburgh

Are you ready to laugh? We sure are, thanks to these comedic Pittsburgh locations.

Arcade Theater 

943 Liberty Avenue
For the past 10 years, Arcade has been a learning center and hub for Pittsburgh comedy, bringing together improv, standup, sketch, music, and more. It’s a comedy staple in the city of Pittsburgh. 

Kingfly Spirits

2613 Smallman Street
Not a traditional comedy theater, Kingfly offers its venue to a multitude of different local comedy producers helping to expose the local comedy scene to a whole new audience. Plus, they consistently bring in national headliner, Nick Colletti. 


4104 Penn Avenue
I’m completely biased on this pick because I curate the comedy night at brillobox. It’s my guarantee of seeing my favorite local and out-of-town comedians. This year, all shows are free but we are partnering with local nonprofits to collect much-needed items. Join us every second Tuesday of the month for a comedy show for a different cause! 

Story by Gab Bonesso, award-winning standup comedian and mental health public speaker.

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