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Comedy Appreciation Night Rings in the New Years at PJ Ryans

This Thursday night, PJ Ryan's Pub will be hosting a Comedy Appreciation Night showcasing local and national comedians.
PHILADELPHIA AREA COMICS CONVENE TO BRING IN NEW YEAR!

Continuing in the tradition of hubs outside of comedy meccas such as Los Angeles and New York, the Philadelphia comedy scene continues to grow and gain national recognition. On January 3, 2013, nationally recognized comedian Chris Coccia brings together some of the areas best talent - from award winning, recognized comics such as Chris Rich to up and coming talents like LaTice – both of whom have been on The View.

“We have been growing the talent scene right here in Phoenixville by showcasing Comedy Nights the first Thursday of every month at PJ Ryan’s Pub. Our Comedy Appreciation Night on January 3 is going to be awesome – we have some of the funniest comics around joining us like John Kensil, Chip Chantry and Vince Valentine – just to name a few,” explains Coccia. “It’s exciting to see the momentum these shows have had both for the audience and the comics. We’re looking forward to a really fun evening.”

This year’s Comedy Appreciation Night at PJ Ryan's Pub features recognized local and national talent including host Chris Coccia, Chip Chantry, Chris Rich, LaTice, Marc Kaye, John Kensil, Jared Bilsky, Andy Nolan and Vince Valentine.

The laughs begin Thursday, January 3, 2013 at 8:00 P.M. You can find more information about this event at www.facebook.com/PJRyansComedy.

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