Candlelight Comedy Club

Thursday, September 20
Tickets are $30
Includes a complimentary light fare buffet. Cash bar available.
Doors open at 6:30 pm, Show at 7:30

Our headliner this month is


Recently presented by Carolines at “Carolines Presents” showcasing him as one of New York’s best breakout comics.

ERIK TERRELL’s top prize winning performance at the Conshy Comedy Fest in 2017 was instrumental in fueling a series of fortune for his Stand-Up career. In 2018, Erik headlined and produced his own show at the Glasgow International Comedy Festival and performed at both the Asheville Comedy Festival and Gilda’s LaughFest in Grand Rapids, MI. He filmed for Comedy Time TV in LA, and Carolines on Broadway featured Erik on “Carolines Presents” showcasing him as one of New York’s best breakout comics. He’s also begun headlining Comedy venues along the East Coast and working at various New York Comedy Clubs including Gotham Comedy Club, Broadway Comedy Club, and Stand Up NY.

His love for the stage began in his freshman year at Hampton University in 2009 as he landed supporting roles in A Love to Call My Own and Dreamgirls in both sophomore and junior year. He’d become President of the “Hampton Players” by his junior year. After giving Stand-Up a shot on summer vacation after sophomore year at Hampton, Erik quickly adopted a new identity as not only actor, but Stand-Up Comedian. In college, Erik hosted and performed on most of Hampton University’s Homecoming an

d Spring Fest Comedy shows. After graduation college in 2013, he returned home to Philadelphia where he was soon picked up by Helium Comedy Club where he’s opened for Dick Gregory, Sam Morril, Dov Davidoff, Godfrey, Mark Normand, DeRay Davis, Arnex J, to name just a few.


Our feature – PAT HOUSE  

Pat House is one of the most respected comedians in Philadelphia. He’s a regular at Helium Comedy Club, a frequent contributor for the Preston and Steve Show, and the co-founder of the first ever comedy trolley tour, Founding Footsteps “Stand-Up and Drink!” Pat got his start at Philly open mic nights when he was a sophomore at Temple. He boasts an impressive list of accomplishments which includes sharing the stage with comedic greats like Dave Attell, Greg Giraldo, Marc Maron and Andrew Dice Clay — and even taking home second place in Howard Stern’s 2005 “Kill or Be Killed” competition. .