Open Mics

A comprehensive* list of comedy open mics in the Boston/New England area.

*This list relies on the people who run shows keeping us updated, it is by no means exhaustive. Contact the host/venue to verify if a show still exists, and if you find something here that is out of date (or have a show that isn’t listed) use the contact form to let us know!

Sunday

Midway Cafe
3496 Washington Street, Boston
9 pm
Lottery, Hosted by Angela Sawyer.

The Sunday Funday FABULOUS Open Mic!
Jacque’s Cabaret, 79 Broadway, Boston, MA
Sign up at 6:30, show at 7pm
Hosted by Mitzzy Anne Picardo. Make sure to tip your bartender!

Monday

Maggy’s Lounge
609 Washington Street, Quincy
Hosted by Sean Rosa
Sign up at 8:30.  Open mic starts at 9pm.
3-4 minute spots.  Make sure to tip your bartender!

Sally O’Briens
335 Somerville Ave.
Hosted by Scott Oddo
7:30-9:30 pm 
2 minutes available for Show and Go.  Simply sign up on the list at 7pm.
Read Liam McGurk’s write up here!

Mooyah Burger
140 Tremont Street, Boston
Sign up at 4:30, Show starts at 5pm
Hosted by Neill Lynskey

Tuesday

730 Tavern, Kitchen & Patio
730 Massachusetts Ave. Cambridge
Sign up – 8:30, Show – 9pm
Host: Liam McGurk & Rob Crean

The Comedy Studio
1 Bow Market Square, Somerville
7:00pm
Host: Various.

Wednesday

Tavern at the End of the World
108 Cambridge St., Charlestown
8:00pm
Host: Phoebe Angle
Show and Go. Small parking lot behind bar and on street parking.
Best beer selection of any open mic I’ve gone to.
Read Pamela Ross’s write up here!

Bill’s Bar
5 Lansdowne Street, Boston
Show starts at 9pm
Hosted by Robert Pooley

Thursday

Thunderbar Comedy
186 Harvard Ave. Allston, MA
List at 6, show at 6:30.
Show and Go. 4 minute Spots. New Material/No material. So something new or something improvised. Old bits get the light.
Read Logan O’Brien’s write up here!

Strange Brew Tavern Open Mic
Strange Brew Tavern
88 Market St, Manchester, NH
List at 8:15, show at 9:00 PM
Show and go.

Mooyah Burger
140 Tremont Street, Boston
Sign up at 4:30, Show starts at 5pm
Hosted by Neill Lynskey