City Steam And The Brew HaHa Present: Patty Rosborough- Regularly seen on Comedy Central

Fri, Apr 20, 2018
Sat, Apr 21, 2018

City Steam And The Brew HaHa Present: Patty Rosborough- Regularly seen on Comedy Central

with Larry XL and Tom Stewart

Patty is a top New York City comedian with a long list of credits including headlining at the Montreal Just for Laughs Festival, the BBC's "The World Stands Up", VH1, Showtime, and co-hosting Comedy Central's "Short Attention Span Theater" with Jon Stewart. She is the winner of the Bud Light Ladies of Laughter Comedy Competition and is currently touring theaters with the comedy show, Four Sides of 40. You can follow her breathless, frenetic, and shamelessly uninhibited performances through every major club throughout the country.

Larry XL

If there's a club, hall, bar or basement that need jokes, Larry

XL is ready to entertain. Larry XL's is a favorite with

audiences from Florida to Canada. He's been a finalist in

comedy competitions in his native Baltimore and

neighboring cities like Washington, DC and Philadelphia.

Soon after he started performing at area clubs, Larry XL

recorded a concert CD with the DC Standup All-Stars, 2004's

DC Standup vs. Earth and later his own live DVD, 2009’s

Crowd Control. He then hit the road performing in some of

the nation's best comedy clubs (and anywhere else with

electricity) opening for the likes of Bobby Slayton, John

Witherspoon, Jim Florentine, Don Jamieson, Roy Wood Jr.,

Finesse Mitchell, and Charlie Murphy. He has also been

heard on XM Satellite Radio and Baltimore's 98 Rock. Larry

XL has recently performed in some of the country’s largest

comedy venues like the Stardome in Birmingham, Alabama

and the Borgata in Atlantic City. In the Fall of 2012 Larry XL

will appear in the film "Elf-Man" starring Jason Acuna (from

MTV’s “Jackass”).

Tom Stewart

Tom Stewart is a talented entertainer from New England who began his career in radio broadcasting. For more than 20 years he has been an on-air personality at some of the top radio stations in the northeast. He eventually moved on to television as the traffic reporter on 'The Sunrise Show' for Channel 10 WJAR-TV in Providence.

But Tom's dream was always to be a stand-up comedian. And in 2010 he took the stage and quickly became one of New England's most popular comics. Night after night he has audiences laughing as they relate to his stories about the absurdities of life, work, and dating. Tom is a regular at many local comedy clubs and has performed at Catch A Rising Star, Stand- Up NY, Comix at Foxwoods, Comedy Connection, Comedy Zone, Mohegan Sun Casino, Newport Grand, Nick's Comedy Stop, and many more.