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Laugh ’til you cry at Myrtle Beach comedy clubs & theaters!
Anyone who’s enjoying their vacation is sure to have a few laughs with family and friends during their visit, but if you want to take the funny to the next level, why not visit one of the a Myrtle Beach comedy club while you’re in town?
The Grand Strand is home to a pair of comedy clubs which featured top-notch touring acts, regional comedians and local favorites. There’s the Comedy Cabana, a long-running retreat in Myrtle Beach as well as Carolina Comedy Club a newer nightlife option which opened at Broadway at the Beach in 2013.
In addition to these traditional comedy clubs, you’ll also find laughs in a variety of other venues including Myrtle Beach shows at The Carolina Opry, Alabama Theatre, Pirate’s Voyage and Palace Theatre as well as spots like Carolina Improv Company, House of Blues’ Comedy Zone and Big Laughs Theatre in Surfside Beach.
If you prefer your performances with a little more dramatic flair, you’ll find what you’re looking for in any of several Myrtle Beach theaters which showcase the area’s rich culture. You can find plays, musicals, dance, symphony and other performing arts in places such as Atlantic Stage, Theatre of The Republic, Long Bay Symphony and Coastal Carolina University’s Odell Auditorium to name a few.
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