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Comedian Julie Goldman (HBO, Logo) at Luckey’s
March 7 • 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm• $15
Comic Julie Goldman (does the PNW)
Luckey’s Club- Eugene 661 Olive
Wed 3/7/18 8:00 PM
$15 Advance/$22 Door
Capitol City Comedy –Salem 210 Liberty St SE
Thursday 3/8/18 8:00 PM
15 Advance/22 Door
Funhouse Lounge– Portland 2432 SE 11th
Friday 3/9/18 7:30/9:30 PM TWO SHOWS!
20 Adv/ 25 Door/ 75 VIP Booth with room for 5
Jai Thai–Seattle 235 Broadway E
Saturday 3/10/18 8:00 PM
The Shakedown– Bellingham 1212 N State St
Sunday 3/11/18 7:30 PM
15 Adv/22 Door
Can you believe that despite a couple of brief flirtations with Seattle, Julie Goldman (HBO, Logo, Bravo) has never done a tour of the Pacific Northwest? It’s high time to change that. We’re driving her all up and down the I-5 corridor, taking her to the best Northwest clubs and showing her all the views. Sponsored by As You Like It- The Pleasure Shop, we’re going to be giving out toys, plus we have a couple of surprises in the works, it’s going to be a party!
Julie Goldman’s stand-up is delightfully in-your-face, honest and aggressively funny. Headlining throughout the US at clubs, colleges, festivals and events; she’s been described as “unapologetically un-PC ” by Go Magazine “a hilariously irreverent, butch lesbian” by Afterellen and Autostraddle writes, “watching someone be outraged has never been so fun.”
Julie has been seen on everything from “Bravo’s The People’s Couch”, co-hosting “Vanderpump Rules After Show”, and on LOGO’s “Big Gay Sketch Show and Skit Happens.”
You can enjoy a little Julie with your politics, on the hit podcast “Dumb Gay Politics with Julie & Brandy” and make sure to check out her guest-starring role on the season premiere of HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm!
With Belinda Carroll:
Belinda Carroll is a Portland native, LGBTQ activist and coffee addict. A stand-up comedian, actress, and vocalist she has appeared on fun stuff like Portlandia, MTV, XM Sirius radio and Grimm a couple of times. She is the co-creator, producer and director of Portland Queer Comedy Festival whose inaugural year, July 2017 had the New York Times raving, “By far, my best experience in Portland…no controlled substances necessary”.
Her writing credits include; Huffington Post, Cracked.com, and PQ Monthly. She has performed alongside such artists as; Hari Kondabolu, Shane Mauss, Erasure (Andy Bell), The Cliks, and Guy Branum.