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Be Our Guest: Brian Posehn

bog brianWin tickets to see Brian Posehn at The Catalyst Club

How do you feel about fart jokes? How about metal music? Comic books? If just the thought of these things makes you giddy with excitement, you’re in for a treat.

Brian Posehn, a quadruple-threat of music, acting, writing and comedy is coming to town, with jokes, stories and who-knows-what-else. Best known for his work on Mission Hill and The Sarah Silverman Show, Posehn also has an album out on Relapse Records, does all kinds of comic book-related writing, is a stand-up comedian, has appeared on a number of sitcoms—the guy pretty much gets paid to entertain people just by being who he is. Nice work if you can get it.


INFO: 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 6. Catalyst, 1011 Pacific Ave., Santa Cruz. $20/adv, $25/door. 423-1338.
WANT TO GO? Tell us why on the Good Times Santa Cruz Facebook page, and you could win two free tickets to the show. Contest now closed. Follow Good Times on Facebook for more chances to win tickets to local events throughout the week.

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written by Connie Hester, May 16, 2014
My husband owns 2 comic books stores and we love comedy. This would be a great birthday present for me and early Fathers day present for my husband. I will just be getting back from a camping trip with my twin girls so it would be a great date night for my honey and I.

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