National Comedy Theatre Announces a New Year’s Eve Spectacular

| December 3, 2016 | 0 Comments
National Comedy Theatre guests will party in the New Year with cast from the show.

National Comedy Theatre guests will party in the New Year with cast from the show.

National Comedy Theatre (NCT), San Diego’s professional improv comedy club present its annual New Year’s Eve Spectacular performance and party on Saturday, Dec. 31 at 8:30 p.m. at 3717 India Street in Mission Hills. NCT guests gorge on a catered buffet, laugh through a hilarious improv comedy performance, down a champagne toast at midnight and then party with the cast of the show. Guests receive party favors, noisemakers and balloons to ring in the new year.

“Everyone wants to laugh more,” shared Gary Kramer, spokesperson for the National Comedy Theatre. He added, “We start the year on the right foot. Our annual New Years Eve Spectacular event is a perfect way to end the year among friends or that special someone, and start the New Year laughing.”

Tickets are just $79 per person, making this one of San Diego’s less expensive and most ridiculous New Year’s Eve events. Smart patrons pre-buy tickets online http://www.nationalcomedy.com. This performance sells out every year. Tickets are $79 per person. (Buffet, show, champagne toast and after-party with the cast included.)

National Comedy Theatre is San Diego’s home for improv comedy and has been entertaining audiences of all sizes and types across the nation with their unique brand of interactive, improv comedy for more than 20 years. As the longest continuously running show in San Diego history, NCT provides high-octane, highly interactive and hysterical shows that are clean and appropriate for all audiences. Guests pick the games, suggest scenarios, help call the fouls and then ultimately decide which team is the evening’s winner.

For reservations and information, call (619) 295-4999 or visit www.nationalcomedy.com.

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