Helium Presents: Black History Monthly

Black History Monthly is a variety show featuring a diverse line-up of stand-up, improv, sketch, poetry, and musical comedy. Hosts Brandon Mitchell, Keane Cobb and Ronald Metellus were tired of being the only person-of-color on comedy shows and resolved to make a show where performers felt as comfortable in the green room as they did on stage. It's an idea that's taken the trio to New Orleans to perform at Hell Yes Fest, lead to a run of well-attended shows back in Philadelphia and was the subject of a lengthy profile in Philly.com. Their first show at Helium, promises to be their strongest yet -- bringing together the best acts from previous shows alongside some Helium-tested newcomers!

02/28/2018 8:00 PM
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Black History Monthly is a variety show featuring a diverse line-up of stand-up, improv, sketch, poetry, and musical comedy. Hosts Brandon Mitchell, Keane Cobb and Ronald Metellus were tired of being the only person-of-color on comedy shows and resolved to make a show where performers felt as comfortable in the green room as they did on stage. It's an idea that's taken the trio to New Orleans to perform at Hell Yes Fest, lead to a run of well-attended shows back in Philadelphia and was the subject of a lengthy profile in Philly.com. Their first show at Helium, promises to be their strongest yet -- bringing together the best acts from previous shows alongside some Helium-tested newcomers!


This show is 21+ (18+ with a parent or legal guardian over the age of 30). All minors will be wrist-banded or stamped and no alcohol will be served at the table. All parties must have valid ID to enter the building. Please note, there is a 2 item minimum in the showroom. Tickets will be available for pick up at the box office prior to the show (they are generally available 1.5-2 hrs prior to showtime.)

Black History Monthly is a variety show featuring a diverse line-up of stand-up, improv, sketch, poetry, and musical comedy. Hosts Brandon Mitchell, Keane Cobb and Ronald Metellus were tired of being the only person-of-color on comedy shows and resolved to make a show where performers felt as comfortable in the green room as they did on stage. It's an idea that's taken the trio to New Orleans to perform at Hell Yes Fest, lead to a run of well-attended shows back in Philadelphia and was the subject of a lengthy profile in Philly.com. Their first show at Helium, promises to be their strongest yet -- bringing together the best acts from previous shows alongside some Helium-tested newcomers!