Update: The Richmond Funny Bone formally announced that Louis C.K. is coming to the Short Pump comedy club April 2-4.

All three shows have already sold-out.

Check the details here: http://richmond.funnybone.com

Original story posted March 27, 2019

Louis C.K. — the stand-up comedian, actor, writer and #MeToo offender — will be performing April 2-4 at the Funny Bone in Short Pump.

The show is listed as “to be announced” on the Funny Bone website, but a poster announcing his appearance is on the side of the building at 11800 W. Broad St., Suite 1090, in Short Pump Town Center.

According to an employee at the box office, tickets go on sale Saturday. A ticket price hasn’t been disclosed yet, but other shows sell for $45-$50 and start times range from 7 to 10 p.m. Tickets will be sold at richmond.funnybone.com.

C.K., 51, is an award-winning comedian best know for his stand-up and TV show “Louie.” He disappeared from public life after apologizing for sexual misconduct in November 2017, but he has been making unannounced appearances at comedy clubs across the country since August.

C.K. last appeared in Richmond in 2013 for a sold-out show at the Altria Theater, which seats more than 3,500.

— Karri Peifer

Features and dining editor, deputy web editor and, of course, covering all things Richmond dining news.

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