Flat Iron Crossroads in Gloucester has an exciting weekend planned, offering the venue’s first comedy show on Friday, followed by an all-day Reggae Fest on Saturday that’s jam-packed with a stellar lineup of regional musicians.
Lucas Bohn, a Mathews native and longtime professional comedian, will bring his “schoolboy charm and bad-boy charisma” to the stage from 7:30-9:30 p.m. Friday, along with rising comedian Irving Loring of Baltimore, who will be doing a prep set for his first dry bar comedy special.
Bohn will be performing all-new material that comes straight from his experiences as a parent being at home with the kids during the pandemic. He said during an interview that there’s hilarity in “having kids 24/7.”
“They become like adults, but they’re not adults,” he said.
Loring will be doing television-ready comedy, said Bohn, adding, “It’s really exciting.”
Described as “a supersize stage presence with the swagger of guys twice his size,” Bohn has sha...
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