Live Comedy

Upcoming Live Comedy at Somewhere In Augusta.
All shows subject to change without notice. All shows 21 & over with ID

Greg Hall and Blayr Nias Comedy
Monday, December 12

Greg Hall and Blayr Nias Comedy

Augusta's only live comedy club featuring the Comedy Zone stars

Must be seated by 7:30 p.m. Show starts at 8 p.m.

$8 admission at the door

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Adult comedy at times. Must be 18 to enter. The Comedy Zone has grown from its humble beginnings to become the largest comedy club network in America. New acts every week. 

Greg Hall

Standing 6'5", Greg Hall's dreams of winning the Triple Crown as a jockey were dashed by the tender age of four, so he picked up a guitar. From the oil fields of West Texas, Hall's redneck pedigree was established at fifteen, yet he longed for something more. Hall jokes that he did a rare thing in those parts... He learned to read. A fan of the classics, Hall could often be found with his Dickens in one hand and a can of Copenhagen in the other. Thus, a well-read redneck was born.

Hall's entertainment career began as a performing songwriter after winning a prestigious Kennedy Center award at the American College Theatre Festival for 'Outstanding Achievement in Musical Composition'. With that success, he quit college the next week and began singing in bars, "Mom was not happy." The next decade took him on a journey through thirty states and England. Hall released a few CDs along the way, and shared stages with such artists as Shelby Lynne, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Vern Gosdin, Keith Urban, Jerry Jeff Walker, Dan Seals, and others.

A near fatal car wreck knocked him out of the game for a while. With a hard head and the stubbornness of a mule with a learning disorder, Hall rose like a bipolar phoenix and entered the realm of standup comedy. Always a quick wit, and with guitar in hand, he took his stage experience, songwriting chops, musicianship, and fast tracked into touring top comedy clubs across the nation. Now as a headliner, Greg spends at least twenty weeks a year bringing his brand of humor and music to tens of thousands.

Good things come to those who wait, and even to those who screw up. "It's getting really cool these days. Eastern Europe, the Bahamas, my Uncle Larry's tire shop. Who knew that switching from heavy medication to heavy meditation would pay off so well... go figure." Part redneck, part philosopher... Greg Hall is "Bubbastotle".

Blayr Nias

Blayr Nias is not your average female comic.  She lives by the credo "If you can't be a good example, then you'll have to be a horrible warning."  When she hits the stage it's with manic energy, high octane humor, and her trademark mega-watt smile giving her the nickname "GummyBlayr."

Winning audiences over across the country with a dynamic stage presence, she shares tales of her misadventures as 'the bad girl next door'.  This Massachusetts native graduated from the George Washington University with a degree in Theater and Creative Writing.  She performs at comedy clubs, corporate events, and colleges and universities such as West Virginia University and University of Kentucky.

She has opened for Natasha Leggero, Ralphie May, Broken Lizzard (Steve Lemme and Kevin Heffernan) Josh Wolf, Tom Simmons, Chris Kattan, Neal Brennan, Chris Franjola, Jon Reep, Jamie Kennedy, Tom Green, and DL Hughley. She has lived in the South for the past 10 years giving her a unique blend of Northern Aggression and Southern Charm.  

In 2012 she was featured in the Pink Collar Comedy Tour at the Piccolo Spoletto Festival in Charleston, SC and performed in the Laugh Your Asheville Off Festival in Asheville, NC headlined by Jim Gaffigan.  She was a featured artist in the Charlotte Video Project, a collection of short films about the culture of the city.  

In May 2013 she won the "Best of the Best" Award for Best Twitter Feed presented by Charlotte Magazine. She was also voted Top 30 Under 30 by Elevate Lifestyle Magazine in their June 2013 issue.  In September 2013 Blayr was a regional finalist in Comedy Central's Up Next Comedy Competition.

Blayr was honored again by Charlotte Magazine in May 2014, in their Best of the Best Awards issue as Best Comedian.  August 2014 Blayr performed on the Festival Stage at the Oddball Comedy Festival in Charlotte, NC headlined by Louis CK and Aziz Ansari.  Blayr made her network television debut September 2014 on the new hit Fox show Laughs.
Blayr is the creator and producer of  The Almost Famous Comedy Show at The Charlotte Comedy Zone. Running monthly since March 2012, The Almost Famous Comedy Show is a diverse lineup of the area's rising comedic talents. 

Special Celebrity Show - Details Coming
Wednesday, December 21

Special Celebrity Show - Details Coming

Augusta's only weekly Comedy Club!

8 p.m. -- please be seated by 7:30 p.m.

$8 at the door