February 07 - February 09

francis Ellis

francis Ellis

Francis is a comedian, actor, and writer/personality for Barstool

Sports. At Barstool, he hosts the popular Sirius XM morning radio show

Barstool Breakfast alongside Willie Colon. Francis frequently stars in

sketches alongside athletes and celebrities, stealing the spotlight from

them with his jawline, on-screen charisma, and shockingly red hair. If

you're wondering where he went to college, he'll happily tell you

Harvard. He performs most nights in New York and has also performed in

China, Australia, Sweden, British Columbia, and across the United

States. Francis often incorporates his satirical keyboard songs in his

act. He is known for his dry, dark sense of humor and if you have a good

death story, he'd love to hear it. He resides in Chelsea, NYC, when

he's not reducing audiences to tears of laughter and shame.

02/08/2019 9:45 PM

Door Time: 9:15 PM

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

VIP Package tickets include priority seating for the show with complimentary 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.

Francis is a comedian, actor, and writer/personality for Barstool

Sports. At Barstool, he hosts the popular Sirius XM morning radio show

Barstool Breakfast alongside Willie Colon. Francis frequently stars in

sketches alongside athletes and celebrities, stealing the spotlight from

them with his jawline, on-screen charisma, and shockingly red hair. If

you're wondering where he went to college, he'll happily tell you

Harvard. He performs most nights in New York and has also performed in

China, Australia, Sweden, British Columbia, and across the United

States. Francis often incorporates his satirical keyboard songs in his

act. He is known for his dry, dark sense of humor and if you have a good

death story, he'd love to hear it. He resides in Chelsea, NYC, when

he's not reducing audiences to tears of laughter and shame.