Sunday, March 25 at 8pm / Doors at 7pm / $10
Writer/performer Isaac Oliver's debut collection of essays, Intimacy Idiot, was hailed as "hilarious and unsparing" by New York Magazine, "transcendent" by Entertainment Weekly, and named one of NPR's Best Books of 2015. He returns to Los Angeles for one night only to read all-new stories and humor pieces — seated, of course — developed during his sold-out residencies at New York's Joe's Pub.
"A rare talent who manages to deftly combine raunchiness, intelligence, hilarity, and heart." —The New Yorker
"Brilliant and hilarious and surprisingly, shockingly at times, intimate. You'll want to have dinner with him and maybe want to slightly protect him from the world and himself." —Nathan Lane, The New York Times
“If David Sedaris and Fran Lebowitz had a baby who wrote about subways, theater patrons and blow jobs, he might be a lot like Isaac Oliver." —Time Out New York
The Virgil is a craft cocktail bar and entertainment space on the edge of Silver Lake in "Virgil Village", brought to you by Temple Bar Concepts, the owners and operators of the most legendary bar in Venice - Townhouse & The Del Monte original speakeasy. The Virgil's drink program incorporates fresh-squeezed juice cocktails coupled with an emphasis on sophisticated spirit selection and a full selection of bottled beer and beer on tap. The "Stage Side" features live music, djs, dancing, comedy and special events on select nights. The intimate "B Side" bar is the home of Venus the jukebox - free, diverse and "fully stocked with clothing-vaporizers like Etta James, Otis and D’Angelo." (Urban Daddy). The B Side opens NIGHTLY at 7pm for drinks until close and promises great craft cocktails and usually no cover charge. 21+ only with valid ID
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