Brian Atkinson is featuring for Nick Hoff at The Old Theater in Lowell, MI., Saturday, March 11 at 7:00pm. Doors open at 6:00pm and a portion of the proceeds benefit Gilda’s Club.
Brian Atkinson is a comedian, an all-around nice guy, and a horrible person. His good guy persona often gives way to surprising twists that will keep you laughing. While his voice might be the first thing you notice, his confidence, and engaging storytelling will keep you coming back. Brian has provided voices for PBS Kids while also appearing in a Lifetime Movie Network movie, as a serial killer, in the same studio, on the same day. Brian’s sharp, smart comedy has been a hit at clubs, contests, corporate events, fundraisers, and festivals across the country. Brian Atkinson makes jokes, but only the finest artisan, hand-crafted, farm-to-table-saw jokes.
Nick Hoff is a nationally touring stand-up comedian who has been on MTV, co-hosts a weekly show on SiriusXM, and was a featured act in Netflix’s Comedy Festival. His debut album “Baby Daddy” hit #1 on the iTunes comedy charts, and his new hour-long special “Front to Back” can be streamed on YouTube. When he’s not on stage, Nick can often be seen in commercials for Miller Lite, Pepsi and Amazon.
Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy hand-picked Nick to open for them on their critically acclaimed “We’ve Been Thinking” Tour. He has headlined the “Pink Ribbon Comedy Tour” which made stops in 40 cities doing 65 shows all raising money for breast cancer research. He was also part of the “Walk of Shame” national comedy tour, which was not quite so noble a cause.
The Old Theater
The Old Theater, is located near the corner of Main and Hudson Streets in downtown Lowell. The theater has had many names over the years. Built in 1928 as the Strand Theater, it was the place to see movies in Lowell until 1985. Then, it became a furniture store and has most recently been known as Larkin’s Other Place.
Special thanks to The Comedian Company.