|LOUDON, N.H. – The New Hampshire Chapter of Speedway Children’s Charities is hosting a fun adult night full of laughs at The Whiskey Barrel in Laconia on Thursday, May 3, 2018 from 7:30-9:00 p.m. Tickets are on sale now atbit.ly/SCCComedyShow18 for $20.00 and will be on sale at the door for $25.00.
“We at Speedway Children’s Charities are excited to host this new comedy show event,” said Hillarie Scott, director of the New Hampshire Chapter of Speedway Children’s Charities. “It will be the perfect opportunity to enjoy a fun night out with some good laughs and meet new faces that will help so many children across New England.”
Each December, the New Hampshire Chapter of SCC distributes grant checks to nonprofit organizations in the region. Since its inception in 2009, the Granite State chapter has raised more than $1.7 million, which has benefitted more than 667,000 children across New England.
Heather Bishop from WZID/95.7 FM will be the host of two hilarious comedians; Frank Santorelli and Joe Yannetty.
“I’m so excited to help out the New Hampshire Chapter of Speedway Children’s Charities raise funds for great local organizations,” said Bishop. “As a comedy fan, I can’t wait to laugh the night away for an important cause!”
Frank Santorelli is one of the country’s hardest working and funniest comedians. Frank headlines top comedy clubs all over the U.S. You might have seen Frank as Georgie the Bartender in his recurring role on the HBO’s “The Sopranos.” Frank has been on “CONAN,” “Law and Order,” “Law and Order Criminal Intent,” “Las Vegas with James Caan,” “Spin City with Michael J. Fox” and in “Meet the Fockers.”
Joe Yannetty, like most native East Bostonians, is hilarious. He was raised in an inner-city Italian neighborhood, which means that being funny is not only a survival skill, it is in his blood.
Yannetty got his start at the Ding Ho Comedy Club in Cambridge, Mass., and he quickly became one of the top comedians in Boston and throughout New England, becoming a regular at all the most popular clubs in Manhattan, N.Y.
Yannetty headed west to Los Angeles, Calif., where he continued headlining clubs all across the U.S., and he has since logged more than 40 TV shows. He can be seen in and also wrote the HBO movie “SUCKERS,” for which he won a Best Screenplay award.
A move back to the East Coast brought with it morning radio on two of Boston’s biggest stations, WROR/105.7 FM and WZLX/100.7 FM, and Mr. Yannetty is currently headlining the world’s largest and most prestigious cruise lines.
For more information about other upcoming events for the New Hampshire Chapter of Speedway Children’s Charities, call Hillarie Scott at (603) 513-5738 or visit SpeedwayCharities.org/