Comedy in Tiverton, RI January 21, 2017

Comedy in Tiverton, RI

Join the RI Comedy Hall of Fame’s own John Perrotta as the Cranston Comedy Factory invades Tiverton, RI on Friday, January 21, 2017 for their comedy première at Lil’ Bear Sports Bar.

Join, John, Rockin’ Joe Hebert, The Prince of Mystery, Anthony Brooks and AJ Hapenney at 8:30pm.

Tickets are $15 and available at the door, or by calling John Perrotta at (401) 639-7726

Thank You, Warwick, RI

I wanted to thank everyone who attended our first Comedy for Cops Comedy Show in Warwick last Friday, especially the talent, which included Doreen Collins, Ace Aceto, Scott Higgins, Mike Murray, John Perrotta, Anthony Brooks and the Prince of Mystery. We had a blast. Thanks also to the Knights of Columbus for the great deal on the hall and to Dana Nathanson for putting (and keeping) it all together.

We’ll be back in a new location in 2017. If you’re interested in having a FREE Comedy for Cops show in your city, call Dana Nathanson at 401-261-3120

Free Comedy for Cops Show on 12-09-16

Free comedy for cops
This show happens in Warwick on 12/9/16

FREE Laughs for all in Warwick

The Knights of Columbus Hall 475 Sandy Lane, Warwick at 8pm, Friday, December 9, 2016 is where you want to be for the first ever Comedy for Cops show, produced by the RI Comedy Hall of Fame.

Admission is FREE. (And no, you don’t have to be a police officer to attend.)

The show features top RI Comedy Hall of Fame members, John Perrotta, Ace Aceto and Mike Murray, along with Fall River’s own, Anthony “The Stuttering Comic” Brooks and amazing comedy magic from The Prince of Mystery.

The evening will be hosted by the only female member of the RI Comedy Hall of Fame, Doreen Collins.

The performers are giving up their paychecks on this very busy holiday night to honor the men and women who place their lives on the line for us every day.

WE NEED YOUR RESERVATION to save you a seat. You can do that 1 of 2 ways.

1.) Call Dana at 401-261-3120 with the number of reservations you require.


2.) Reserve on Facebook right now, by clicking here.


Free Comedy Show for Cops in December


comedy for cops
Join us Friday, December 9, 2016 in Warwick for this amazing FREE event.

Free Comedy Show for Cops

Whatever you have planned for Friday, December 9, 2016 at 8pm, cancel it right now and make new plans to join the RI Comedy Hall of Fame and the area’s top comedians at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 475 Sandy Lane, Warwick, RI for our FREE Comedy for Cops show.

It’s no secret our nation’s police officers have had a rough past couple of years and the RI Comedy Hall of Fame wants them, (their friends, families and supporters) to enjoy a free evening out and enjoy a professional comedy show. It’s our way of saying, “thanks” for all they do.

Southern New England’s Top Performers

We have a fantastic show lined up. ALL the comedians in the show have donated their time to perform in this fantastic free show. Appearing:

John Perrotta of the Comedy Factory

Ace Aceto from Ace Aceto’s Royal Flush

Rockin’ Joe Hebert from the RI Comedy Hall of Fame

Anthony “The Stuttering Comic” Brooks

Fall River’s “Prince of Mystery”

The evening will be hosted by the RI Comedy Hall of Fame’s own, Doreen Collins (Women Behind Barz)

You Don’t Have to be a Cop to Attend

You can make a reservation on Facebook.

Nope, you can go no matter what you do, or who you are, but you do HAVE to make reservations to attend. Email Dana Nathanson, provide your name, a valid email address and a valid phone number, along with the number of guests you would like to bring. (Seating is limited and we expect this show to fill up quickly. Please make your reservations now.)

It says the show is free. Is there a catch?

Nope. The show is free. We will, however, be collecting donations for a (yet to be announced) charity. You are encouraged, but certainly not obligated to donate.


Contact Dana at the RI Comedy Hall of Fame (401) 261-3120

NOTE: This is an adult comedy show and there may be adult language. However, it is NOT a dirty or tasteless event.

Special thanks to VMJ Designs for donating the graphics.