This year’s Laugh For Sight comedy benefit is this upcoming Monday, November 12th, at Gotham Comedy Club in New York City with Robert Klein, Francis Ellis, Adrienne Iapalucci, Brian McCarthy, Richie Redding and some very special VIP surprise guests that you will not want to miss. Please share this info with your friends and come enjoy the show!

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Monday Nov. 12th 2018

7pm – Silent auction & complimentary cocktail hour

8:30pm – Comedy show

benefiting the Scheie Eye Institute at The University of Pennsylvania


  • Robert Klein
  • Adrienne Iapalucci
  • Francis Ellis
  • Richie Redding
  • Host Brian McCarthy
  • VIP Guest!
  • with Brian Fischler & Nash

Additional Information

Gotham Comedy Club – New York City

208 West 23rd Street (between 7th and 8th Avenues) NYC, NY

General Admission $40. VIP Preferred Seating & Open Bar $125

Two drink minimum per person. Line-up subject to change.

For tickets: or call 212-367-9000

For corporate sponsorships & more information – Laugh for Sight website

Follow us on Twitter – @LaughForSight

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