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QED

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27-16 23rd Avenue Astoria, NY 11105
347-451-3873 https://qedastoria.com/

Q.E.D. is the only independent, woman-owned and operated venue for the arts in Astoria, Queens in NYC. It’s a labor of love, really. As a small community space, they’re very proud to pay artists, producers, teachers and creatives for their work and provide a free space for performers of all types at our open mics.

At Q.E.D. you’ll find stand-up comedy shows with performers ranging from the beginner to the very famous. We also have arts and crafts workshops, writing classes, board game meet ups, storytelling, movie screenings, watch parties and everything in between. Their affordable classes and shows are as diverse as Queens itself. With 100 or more events each month, there’s something for everyone.

Plus they have an awesome beer & wine list, coffee and tea, and some delicious fresh popcorn, wraps, pastries, candy and snacks.

QED is also available to rent for private events, film shoots, podcasting and more. Their backyard garden is a private oasis where you can enjoy free wifi and an ice cold drink.

Their affordable classes and shows are as diverse as Queens itself. At Q.E.D. you’ll find arts and crafts, stand-up comedy, tastings, DIY projects, poetry slams, game nights, walking tours, storytelling, gardening, improv, and everything in between.

In a nutshell, they aim to provide a fun, creative, casual space to laugh and learn by opening their stage to performers of various levels of experience and hosting classes and workshops that are affordable and accessible to all types of folks. Think of Q.E.D. as an after-school space for grown-ups. They have all the fun stuff you did as a kid but with beer, wine & like-minded folks.

The Storrs Objection: Miracles

December 18 | 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
QED 27-16 23rd Avenue Astoria, NY 11105 + Google Map
$7

New York’s best comedians try to stay focused while being cross-examined and fact-checked during their sets in a very special Holiday themed show. Adjudicator Matt Storrs disrupts their sets while bailiff Santa Claus keeps the proceedings from descending into chaos and maintains the requisite holiday cheer. The Storrs Objection is aggressively accurate comedy. This month, the comedians discuss and debate the theme of “miracles.” With Brittany Brave, Linnette Palladino, Tristan Miller, Ronnie Flemming, Jourdain Searles, Mark Volinski, Ricardo Rocha, and…

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