Leah Bonnema and Kendra Cunningham headline SoulJoel’s Fall Fest
Door opens at 6pm, Show starts at 7pm
This event is BYOB, Bring Your Own Food, Tents, and chairs!
The first event, fans event brought a ping pong table.
Everyone is socially distanced in their own pods
Tickets only $20.
Support 4 local businesses in Royersford this Saturday night!
Call Annamarie's (610) 948-0590!
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The Big Easy https://www.thebigeasybargrill.com/ (610) 792-7292
RailRoad go to https://railroadstreet.com/ or call (610) 495 7043
Fresh off her network television debut on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Leah Bonnema is a comic on the rise. You can watch her weekly on Buzzfeed’s Did You See This and she’s been featured on Chris Gethard Presents, Oculus & AXS TV’s Gotham Comedy Live, IFC’s Comedy Crib, TruTV’s Comedy Knockout, Elite Daily’s Schlep and Why It’s Ok To Be A Single Girl On Valentine’s Day, Broadway Video’s The Henkle Factor with Michael Che, Vh1’s 100 Greatest series, VProud’s You’re Not Crazy and is a regular on SiriusXM Radio. Huffington Post named her one of their Favorite Female Comedians and she was on The America Stands Up Showcase at The International Glasgow Comedy Festival. Leah has had the honor of performing for our troops overseas, touring with Lizz Winstead’s Lady Parts Justice League and has been featured in The New York Comedy Festival, The Lucille Ball Comedy Fest at The National Comedy Center, The Women in Comedy Festival, Politicon, Netroots Nation, Laughing Skull Fest, The Charleston Comedy Festival, Bumbershoot, AfroPunkFest and at The Kennedy Center in Washington DC for The District of Comedy Festival. Leah is the cohost of the new podcast Were You Raised By Wolves which recently made iTunes “New & Noteworthy” list. For more info go to LeahBonnema.com
Kendra Cunningham is a Boston-born stand-up comic, comedy writer, actress and filmmaker living in Brooklyn, where she owns a super comfortable bed. She also bartends and has an MA in Forensic Psychology. Kendra spends most of her time wondering where the hell her sugar daddy is and hoping he didn’t settle.
Kendra regularly contributes to The Huffington Post and the comedic relationship blog Beauty and the Beast. Her short films have been screened at a number of festivals; Lonelygirl48, which she wrote and acted in, won the Boston Comedy Festival and the Palm Beach Women’s International Film Festival. She has been featured in Time Out New York and on CNN Money, among other publications. (Check out Kendra’s short films and press page.)