September 06 - September 08

Andrew Kennedy and Friends

Andrew Kennedy and Friends

Bilingual comedian Andrew Kennedy was born in Colombia. His mother is Colombian and father hails from the birthplace of The Beatles. Andrew spent most of his formative years in South America, the Caribbean and Asia; before settling down in the "uber-elite" town of New Canaan, CT.

His credits include a CBS pilot called Related by Marriage, Comedy Central Presents: Andrew Kennedy comedy special, Andrew Kennedy -Almost Black comedy album. Television appearances on TBS, Univision, Fusion Network, Telemundo, Bravo and PBS. Over two decades of performances around the globe. From Lincoln Center, London, Dubai, Amsterdam, Kilkenny, Bogota and soon to include Hong Kong (where he lived as a child.)

This worldly upbringing, combined with his unique ethnic background positions him perfectly, to bridge the many cultural boundaries dividing people today. Half White. Half Latino. One 16th Black. Andrew asks all to learn one simple lesson "-Don't judge a book by it's cover..."

09/07/2018 9:45 PM

Door Time: 9:15 PM

Other Showtimes

This show will include three great acts:
Andrew Kennedy, Motts & Chris Clarke

Show Details:
  • Show Type: Stand Up
  • Restrictions: 16 & over
  • Two items minimum

VIP Package tickets include priority seating for the show with complementary strawberries & champagne. You must be checked in at least a half hour before the showtime for priority seating. Seating is only held until a half hour before the show.

Bilingual comedian Andrew Kennedy was born in Colombia. His mother is Colombian and father hails from the birthplace of The Beatles. Andrew spent most of his formative years in South America, the Caribbean and Asia; before settling down in the "uber-elite" town of New Canaan, CT.

His credits include a CBS pilot called Related by Marriage, Comedy Central Presents: Andrew Kennedy comedy special, Andrew Kennedy -Almost Black comedy album. Television appearances on TBS, Univision, Fusion Network, Telemundo, Bravo and PBS. Over two decades of performances around the globe. From Lincoln Center, London, Dubai, Amsterdam, Kilkenny, Bogota and soon to include Hong Kong (where he lived as a child.)

This worldly upbringing, combined with his unique ethnic background positions him perfectly, to bridge the many cultural boundaries dividing people today. Half White. Half Latino. One 16th Black. Andrew asks all to learn one simple lesson "-Don't judge a book by it's cover..."