May 08 - May 10

Valerie Storm

Valerie Storm

with Pat Largo

This Florida girl got her first laugh on stage at 5 years old in the Little Miss Fort Myers Beauty Pageant, after an interviewer ask if she liked going to school she answered “Hell no, I'd rather stay home and watch cartoons”. The audience exploded and she had found her calling. After completely crushing her Mother’s hopes for a future Miss America in one single moment, she went on to become a full time stand-up comic in 1997.

She has performed in some of the best comedy clubs across the country becoming one of the most requested by clubs and audiences alike. This has led to being invited to both the Boston Comedy Festival twice, once in 2006 and again in 2010. The 2007 Las Vegas Comedy Festival and Laughing Skull Comedy Festival in 2011. In 2009 made her film debut in the independent film “Pose Down”. She has had several appearances on The Bob & Tom Show. In 2012 appeared on "Mom's Night Out" on NickMom. She has also appeared on Comedy Time TV and Quicklaffs filmed at the world famous Pasadena Ice House in 2012

Pat Largo

Hi ya! Originally from Long Island, N.Y., Florida has been home since 1979. Sun, beaches & deadly lightning! Jobs? You bet! Lawn maintenance (4x), bag boy, produce worker, construction temp. and a security guard for one fight! Oh, delivery driver (3x) & hotel shuttle driver. Fast Forward: I was a sixteen year on air radio personality in Orlando and Tampa. I must share my favorite moment in radio. 1999 interviewing Jason Newsted of Metallica! We were backstage and James Hetfield was wearing boxers, making goofy faces, trying to make us laugh! Surreal.

Radio let me meet my favorite comedians! Dave Attell, Wanda Sykes, Bob Saget, Bill Burr, Robert Schimmel and Larry The Cable Guy to name a few. After opportunities to act and do on camera work, I finally decided to give stand up comedy a try. December 7th, 2007. Fast Forward: I started my Comedians Uncorked events in June, 2018. I wanted to give comedians another stage to perform on! I'm lucky to tell jokes, Emcee events and do on camera work throughout Florida! I love working with a non-profits like Friends Of Strays in St. Petersburg and the SPCA of Pasco County. It's about giving back & helping.

You might catch me on local tv in the Tampa Bay area. Either discussing current events on Daytime on Ch. 8 WFLA or promoting events around the Bay area on Ch. 28 WFTS, Ch. 10 WTSP and Ch. 13 FOX. Thank you so much and I hope to see you at a show sometime!

05/09/2020 7:30 PM

Door Time: 6:00 PM

Other Showtimes

This Florida girl got her first laugh on stage at 5 years old in the Little Miss Fort Myers Beauty Pageant, after an interviewer ask if she liked going to school she answered “Hell no, I'd rather stay home and watch cartoons”. The audience exploded and she had found her calling. After completely crushing her Mother’s hopes for a future Miss America in one single moment, she went on to become a full time stand-up comic in 1997.

She has performed in some of the best comedy clubs across the country becoming one of the most requested by clubs and audiences alike. This has led to being invited to both the Boston Comedy Festival twice, once in 2006 and again in 2010. The 2007 Las Vegas Comedy Festival and Laughing Skull Comedy Festival in 2011. In 2009 made her film debut in the independent film “Pose Down”. She has had several appearances on The Bob & Tom Show. In 2012 appeared on "Mom's Night Out" on NickMom. She has also appeared on Comedy Time TV and Quicklaffs filmed at the world famous Pasadena Ice House in 2012

Doors open at 6 for week day shows! Friday & Saturday doors open at 5pm for happy hour at the bar and table seating begins at 6pm. Late show doors open at 8:00 pm in the bar and the theater opens at 9:15. We have a full kitchen menu open for all shows!

This Florida girl got her first laugh on stage at 5 years old in the Little Miss Fort Myers Beauty Pageant, after an interviewer ask if she liked going to school she answered “Hell no, I'd rather stay home and watch cartoons”. The audience exploded and she had found her calling. After completely crushing her Mother’s hopes for a future Miss America in one single moment, she went on to become a full time stand-up comic in 1997.

She has performed in some of the best comedy clubs across the country becoming one of the most requested by clubs and audiences alike. This has led to being invited to both the Boston Comedy Festival twice, once in 2006 and again in 2010. The 2007 Las Vegas Comedy Festival and Laughing Skull Comedy Festival in 2011. In 2009 made her film debut in the independent film “Pose Down”. She has had several appearances on The Bob & Tom Show. In 2012 appeared on "Mom's Night Out" on NickMom. She has also appeared on Comedy Time TV and Quicklaffs filmed at the world famous Pasadena Ice House in 2012

Pat Largo