Looking for a fresh take on date night? Ms. Rose’s hosts nationally recognized impressionist Chris Dubail and local comedians Bill Davis, Rossi Brown, and Drew Howard this Saturday night as part of the restaurant’s popular Comedy Hour series.
Dubail is best known for his voice work and impressions, and has performed in clubs across the nation. Davis has opened for the likes of Amy Schumer, Todd Barry, and Jimmy Brogan, and is one of the best-known trivia hosts in the Lowcountry.
Brown, a regular on the Charleston comedy scene, has quickly grown to local levels of fame, and promises to keep the audience laughing. Howard, a self-proclaimed “triple threat” — comedian, member of the Charleston Improvables, and radio host on Kinetic Hi-Fi — hosts the funny festivities.
Arrive at 7 p.m. for dinner — the show begins promptly at 8 p.m. Reservations are required, and there’s a $10 cover charge at the door.
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