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Downtown shows

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by wanker751, Nov 28, 2016.

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  1. wanker751

    wanker751 Dutch Rudder Enthusiast

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    So I am gonna take my mom to a show to break up some gambling time, on a Friday, any one better than the other? Any "must sees"?
     
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    No suggestions now that Gordie Brown played his last show yesterday at the GN.
     
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    I liked Mike Hammer. He's a comedy magician. The show is reasonably priced, held in a small show room.
    Check out some of his clips on YouTube, and then decide
     
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    wanker751 Dutch Rudder Enthusiast

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    I should mention I have ever the American casino guide so most would be 2 for 1...
     
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    I also enjoyed seeing Mike Hammer. his show is very entertaining. I even was pulled up on stage for one his routines
     
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    Marriage Can be Murder at the D is a decent show and you can kill two birds with one stone, see a show and eat a meal
     
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    Funny you ask, I was about to write my (two weeks delayed) trip report, in which I was going to say that Elvis: Spirit of the King at Four Queens was a surprise hoot!

    We had no intention of going--we had no intention of even being downtown. But we ran into a streak of bad luck at our usual low-rolling spot (Ellis Island). So we randomly took a cab downtown, randomly ate at Magnolia's in Four Queens, randomly saw the coupon for $15 tickets to the Elvis show, and randomly decided to go.

    It was a blast. This was my first experience with an Elvis impersonator, so I'm no expert. But the guy is enthusiastic and funny. It's a small room--if it's just you and your mom, you might get placed at a table right up front (my wife and I were). You're about three feet from "Elvis" sometimes. Totally worth $15.
     
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    I kinda pushed for Elvis but mom said I've seen elvis and Elvis impersonators before. She we decided on Mike Hammer. Thanks everyone for the suggestions
     
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