Are you ready to laugh, Addison?
From August 7–9, standup comedian Bill Bellamy will have five shows for guests at Addison Improv. Starting out performing at small country clubs around the country, Bellamy honed his skills and grew his popularity. He has had experience performing shows, specials, and other programming for HBO, Showtime, MTV, USA, TBS, ABC, NBC, and Netflix. He has also had several tours across the country with other comedians and entertainment performers.
Once you purchase your tickets, you will select where you would like to sit during the show. Bill Bellamy will have a total of five shows at Addison Improv. There will be two shows on Friday, August 7, at 7:30 p.m. and 9:45 p.m., two shows on Saturday, August 8, at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m., and one show on Sunday, August 9, at 7:30 p.m. Guests must be 18 and older to attend. All sales are final; there are no refunds or exchanges. As such, please make sure you purchase tickets for the correct time and date. Call 866-468-3399 for more information and visit Addison Improv’s website to buy your tickets today.
COVID-19 Health and Safety Measures
For those who feel comfortable going out in this difficult time, Addison Improv has several procedures in place to combat the spread of coronavirus:
- Staff members will wear masks and are asking all patrons to wear a mask when they are not eating or drinking. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided upon entering.
- All facilities are sanitized and cleaned between shows.
- Commonly touched surfaces (doors, chairs, etc.) are regularly and frequently disinfected and cleaned.
- Disposable menus will be used at all shows.
- The staff appreciates guests allowing them to take their temperature before entering the showroom.
- Both GA and preferred tables are single party seating.
- Customers are asked to stagger their exit after shows to allow for social distancing.
Customers who refuse to wear a face mask will NOT be allowed to enter.
With all these measures in mind, Addison Improv asks that higher risk individuals or those living with those individuals to not attend our shows at this time. The staff hopes to see these individuals soon once the risk has dropped dramatically.