Bombs Away! Comedy has provided fresh, high-caliber stand-up comedy in bars and breweries all over Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. We are proud to have partnered with Taft’s Brewing Company to bring the top national touring comedians and an incredible selection of local talent, to their brewery. Along with ticket purchase, each audience member will receive $2 off of each beer they drink all night. We are excited to have one of our favorite returning headliners, featured at Limestone Comedy Fest, and Doug Loves Movies, Reena Calm
* Doors open at 7 PM, the show starts at 8 PM
* Entrance to the room is behind the ticket table at the for end of the bar
* When Ordering Food : Let the bartender know you are at the comedy show. There are very limited tables in the show room.
* No Glass in the show room, please tell bartenders you’re going to the show to receive your discount and a plastic cup
* Cash only at the door, Tickets available early at Eventbrite.com for a discount
About Reena Calm
Reena Calm is an East Coast Jew turned Chicago favorite, and one of the most respected and requested comedians in the Midwest. Pulling from a lifetime of questionable choices, Reena’s material is autobiographical, silly, and charmingly inappropriate. Reena is a featured regular at the Laugh Factory and performs all over the country on her signature #CalmedyTours. She loves a good fest! Some of the best were Accidental Comedy Festival, Birmingham Comedy Festival, Milwaukee Comedy Festival, Let’s Fest, Burning Bridges Festival, Turnbuckle Fest, The Comedy Exposition, Flyover Comedy Invasion, Limestone Comedy Festival, RiOT LA, Gilda’s LaughFest – Best of the Midwest, and Just For Laughs Chicago. She has opened for Arsenio Hall, Laurie Kilmartin, and Eddie Pepitone to name a few. Reena has been a frequent guest on WGN Radio, the Doug Loves Movies podcast, and she was named Comic of The Week on The Jackie & Laurie Show. Check out her first book “Once A Pun A Time…” here: http://a.co/cAZpbVm. She’s been called “also terrific” by the Chicago Tribune, and “not a disappointment” by her mother.