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Swell Time

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Swell Time: great comics from across the state telling jokes all in the name of having a Swell Time. Come forget your worries in the basement of a children’s cosplay restaurant. There will be balloons. April’s Swell Time features Leah Mulroney, Taylor Dowdy, and CJ Landry & swell guests. As always, it’s hosted by Swell Time connoisseur Christopher Breakell at the Blind Tiger Comedy Club. $10 at door or Venmo @swelltime to reserve seats. 21 & up.

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