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Comedian Eric André brings his wild irreverence to the Englert on Oct. 8


Eric André

Englert Theatre — Saturday, Oct. 8 at 8 p.m.

Eric Andre, Englert Theatre
Eric André has been hosting the Eric Andre Show on Adult Swim since 2012. — video still from the Eric Andre Show

Comedian Eric André, host of the Adult Swim hit The Eric Andre Show — which just entered its fourth season — comes to the Englert Theatre on Saturday, Oct. 8. His irreverence is infectious. He’s bounced around some of the best comedy television in the business, including Lucas Bros Moving Co and his current side gig, Man Seeking Woman. Spin calls him, “the most post-everything funnyman in history.”

He also imbued the Republican National Convention with a little joyful insanity (as opposed to bitter insanity) this year by crashing a taping of the Alex Jones show.

If you haven’t been to his website, ericandre.com, please stop reading this write up right now, and go treat yourself to some much-deserved inanity.

Saturday’s show at the Englert starts at 8 p.m.; tickets are $26.50.

Update: This show is now sold out


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