Women in Comedy Festival | Boston, MA
  • Film Submissions Are Open
    Comedy Short Contest with Paul Feig &
    HBO Insider Comedy Short Challenge

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  • Women in Comedy Festival
    April 19th-22nd

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    Listen Now (or Later, Podcasts Are Good Like That)

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  • Jelly: Women in Comedy Night
    Every 4th Thursday at ImprovBoston

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  • WICF Presents Boston Comedy Chicks
    Saturday Showcases – Second Saturdays at Doyle’s Café

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  • WICF Presents Boston Comedy Chicks
    Stand Up Workshops Every First Thursday

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Welcome!

WICF presents the annual Women in Comedy Festival each spring, and events and content all year round. Our next festival is April 19-22, 2018.
Check out our original podcasts, our comedy news and humor site WICF Daily,  our year-round live events, and view photos of our sponsors and this past spring’s festival below!

Upcoming Events

ImprovBoston
40 Prospect St, Cambridge, MA 02139
(617) 576-1253
Fourth Thursdays at 9:30pm
Tickets $10

Classic comedy variety format show ft. cutting edge indie stand up, sketch, improv, music, and more. Hosted by Nonye Brown West (Night Train with Wyatt Cenac), announcer Bobby Smithney, and live music from Jeff Greenwald and the Jelly House Band.

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Doyle’s Cafe
3484 Washington St, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
(617) 524-2345
Second Saturdays at 8pm
Tickets $12

Our award-winning (Improper Bostonian’s 2017 Best of Boston) show features headliners from all around the country and a different lineup every month. October 14th features NYC’s Chanel Ali (Limestone Comedy Festival).

Doyle’s Cafe
3484 Washington St, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
(617) 524-2345
First Thursdays 7-9:30pm
Registration $20

BCC provides comedians of all levels of experience, comedic styles, and genders a supportive learning environment where they can practice material, get feedback, brainstorm new material, and participate in group exercises to work their comedy muscles.

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