Not Made for TV: A Sketch and Stand Up Comedy Show

Not Made for TV is a Denver-based sketch comedy trio comprised of stand-up comedians: Edward Bell, Derek Walton, and Austin Black. Their live show combines hilarious stand-up performances blended with live sketches, videos, and special guests! 

This show is a must see for fans of SNL, MadTV, Kids in the Hall, the Whitest Kids You Know, and Adult Swim

The trio's live sketches and videos have earned them positive accolades from 303 Magazine. Past shows have featured special guest comedians seen on Netflix, Adult Swim, NBC, Vice, Kevin Hart's LOL Network, and Fox.

Adults Only
55 minutes
Comedy, Theatre
Mercury Cafe
2199 California St, Denver, CO 80205

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Derek Walton is a stand up and sketch comedian that has been featured in the Denver Westword.

Edward Bell is a stand up comedian originally from rural eastern Iowa, now living in Denver, CO. He has written for the Hard Times. He regularly performs at comedy festivals around the country sharing the stage with big names like Adam Cayton-Holland, Steph Tolev, and Nick Youssef. He used to live in a van, but now he doesn't. There were too many complaints.

Austin Black is a comedian originally from Iowa and now resides in Denver, Colorado. No one cares that in his six years of performing he has performed in multiple comedy festivals such as Denver Fringe, Floodwater, Green Gravel, and finished top five in the “Funniest Person in Iowa Contest” at Penguin’s Comedy Club. He was also a finalist in the Clean Comedy Contest at Comedy Works.

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Blake Street Tavern

2301 Blake St, Denver, CO 80205

Entrance: The main doors are well marked below the Blake Street Tavern sign

Parking: Parking is available in the lots on the west side and the north side of the building, and metered parking on the street

Accessibility: Accessible entrance through the back door of the Tailgate Room from the parking lot on the north side.

Admission: You must show your ticket confirmation or purchase a ticket at the venue; all seating is general admission, audiences will wait in a queue before entry to the show