Join us for our monthly stand up comedy show in the Event Space at Tilt.
Doors at 7pm with bar open from 7pm and show at 8pm.
Take a look what we've got in store this month:
Jay Whitecotton is the product of a clinically diagnosed schizophrenic family of drug addicted Star Trek nerds, who would rage tweak all night while playing Dungeons and Dragons. Somehow this was not a setback.
Jay’s comedy has been seen on FOX, Hulu and FusionTV and he’s performed at Funny or Die’s Oddball Fest, Moontower Comedy Fest, Australia’s Adelaide Fringe Festival, Las Vegas Punk Rock and Bowling, and many more. His debut album Hi, Lonesome! reached #1 on iTunes and his second release, Monster Ballads, helped him afford a night out at Olive Garden.
Whitecotton was a featured performer with the American Heretics Comedy Tour as heard on Sirius XM Radio (the Canadian one) and he likes dragons.
Anthony Armstrong began cultivating his comedic craft in the thriving Denver Comedy scene. He has taken Denver by storm, performing at every local show including the national premier comedy clubs The Improv & Comedy Works. Anthony's comedy is highly sought after, mastering the delivery of uncomfortable truth in a creative, hilarious way, has made him one of Denver's top comics.
Allison Rose is a Denver comedian and writer. Born on a quiet farm in Kansas, she came into her own on the loud stages of Denver dive bars. Marked by thoughtful wording and unabashed honesty, Allison isn't afraid to discuss anything on stage. Allison has been featured on the Denver edition of 50 First Jokes and the High Plains, Red Clay, 208, Savage Henry, and Yuck Fest comedy festivals You can catch her at Comedy Works and on showcases all around Denver.
She is a co-host of the Denver chapter of We Still Like You, a comedic storytelling show that celebrates our ability to recognize and forgive the shame in all of us, and a member of the Denver comedy troupe Gravy Train.
She graduated from the University of Kansas with Spanish and English Literature degrees, with an emphasis on creative writing, and is venturing back into fiction writing on top of comedy. If you ever need someone to take a picture of your dog on a walk, she's pretty good at that too.
BK Sharad is a comedian based out of Denver/Boulder Colorado. Born Sharad Ravichandran, he changed his name to BK Sharad after realizing no one could say or spell the name he was born with. Originally from Dallas, BK moved to Colorado and began his journey in comedy. BK Sharad is the president of, and runs the CU Comedy Club at the University of Colorado Boulder. He has helped bring many different acts to CU Boulder such as Tig Notaro. He also runs shows and an open mic at the University. In 2019 BK Sharad entered the New Faces Comedy Contest at Comedy Works, and advanced to the next round. Currently he awaits, training to battle in the next round of the contest. BK Sharad has also been on the news commenting on how it had rained for 2 weeks, and then stopped raining. BK Sharad continues to fight for his main goal in life; to spread joy and try to make the world a more positive place.