Laughter Is Best Medicine

Leading a healthy life requires a combination of positive things. A good diet, one that’s good for you, exercise and quality sleep are the commonly known parts of that equation. But what about laughter? Yes, being happy, smiling and the activity of laughing is a fun and absolute contributor to a healthy body and mind.

Top Dogs Right In Heart Of Newtown
Kicking its heels since the mid-1800s, the 225-seat Newtown Theatre is a must-stop for major comedians working the circuit. As a multifaceted venue, the theater also spreads humor through movies, airing Elf (for adults) this past Christmas. Previous acts include working actor and comic Adam Ferrara and Jackie “The Jokeman” Martling, who gives the audience a chance to stump him with what else: a joke. Acts booked for 2023 include Dave Landau, a finalist on Last Comic Standing, legendary comic Bobby Collins and the red-hot Vic Dibitetto. Ticket prices are reasonable, cocktails are available and laughs are guaranteed!
215.968.3859 |120 N. State St.

Comedy On The Crick Rolls Onto Sycamore
Dinner and laughs with top comedians is a great way to spend an evening. The company “Comedy on the Crick” is a traveling group of funny people that perform at delicious venues around Bucks County. Though their 'home base' is the Blue Monkey in Levittown, the tour hit the Green Parrot in Newtown recently with two sold-out shows and a smashing success. The restaurant staff cooks in a unique, wood-fired oven, and is well-known for its fun-going atmosphere, where if guests can’t make it there for comedy night, they're sure to catch some good-ribbing humor at the bar any other evening!
215.504.7277 | 240 N. Sycamore St.

Laugh, Dine, Shop And Laugh Again In New Hope
Known mostly for a place to catch a live band or Broadway quality shows, New Hope isn't known as a spot for jest. However, summers bring comedy heat to the Bucks County Playhouse where Friday nights host headliner comedians. Also featured are one-person shows with funny twists, such as this past summer where Cindy Williams, from the late-1970s sitcom Laverne and Shirley stopped in and performed her national tour titled “Me, Myself & Shirley."
215.862.2121 | 70 S. Main St., New Hope

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