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Frugal Fun: 11/9 – 11/15

A list of free or low-cost events happening around Brooklyn and NYC this week. As always, if you know of any other fun events that won’t break the bank, please feel free to contact me!



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Dance away a case of ‘the Mondays‘ with Mobile Mondays “New York City’s Premiere 45’s night for vinyl music lovers.” Each week is often themed (this week is FUNK), but according to the website, the genre doesn’t define the party. Listed as a Time Out New York critic’s pick, Mobile Mondays is sure to make the worst day of the week just a little bit better.

Located at The Bowery Electric (327 Bowery Street, New York NY), show starts at 10pm.


Dancing not your thing? Start the week off with some laughs at the BIG Pony Show. It’s a FREE weekly comedy show located at Leftfield Bar in the LES (87 Ludlow Street, New York NY). Show starts at 8p.



Every Tuesday is Trivia Night at Berg’n Beer Hall. Show off your knowledge of random trivia while drinking from a great selection of beer and munching on food from a rotating list of food vendors. There is no cover to get in and it’s a really spacious location with a chill vibe, so even if you don’t want to participate in the trivia, you can go have a drink and marvel at how much useless information a person’s brain can hold. Located at 899 Berg’n Street, Brooklyn NY.


Enjoy a little improv on Tuesday with Bad Date Theater. It sounds hilarious and tickets are only 5 bucks! Located at The PIT Underground -123 E24th Street, New York NY. Show starts at 9p.

From the website: You’ve had your share of bad dates. But did you ever think they could have gone worse? Welcome to Bad Date Theater. Our storytellers and improvisors will show you just had horribly a date can go. We take a bad date and make it worse. And you’ll be ready to give Tinder another try.

  • COMICS TO WATCH – $16.50

Comics to Watch is part of the New York Comedy Festival, and is a live comedy show featuring the best up and coming comedians from around the country. Located at Carolines on Broadway 1626 Broadway, New York, NY. Show starts at 8pm.

  • DISNEY ON ICE (Tuesday 11/10 – Sunday 11/15) – $15+ 

For those of you with children (or those of us who will always be a child at heart) Disney on Ice is making its way to Brooklyn! The show is coming to the Barclays Center from Tuesday 11/10 – Sunday 11/15. There are various showtimes to choose from, and tickets start at 15 bucks. Ticket prices are subject to change as the demand goes up, so you might want to lock ’em in now.



Another event that is part of the New York Comedy Festival, Time Out New York is celebrating female comedians with Women of Comedy, featuring some of the funniest ladies in the biz. The only shows that are available are the 12am show (hey, this IS the city that never sleeps, right?), and the lineup includes: Casey Balsham (hosting), Annie LedermanSubhah Agarwal, Luchana GaticaChloe Hilliard, and Megan Gailey. Tickets are 20 bucks and the show is located at  The Stand (239 3rd Avenue, New York NY). Doors for the third show open at 10:45p.

FRIDAY 11/13


The Goddamn Comedy Jam is also part of New York Comedy Festival. This comedy show will be like no other! Comedians (including Hannibal Buress, Bill Burr, Matteo Lane, Big Jay Oakerson and Iliza Schlesinger) will do a stand-up set – and then perform their favorite cover song unrehearsed with a professional band. At 25 bucks a ticket it’s the most expensive on the list, but I’m willing to bet it will be worth every penny! Located at the Gramercy Theatre (127 E23rd Street, New York NY). Show starts at 10:30p




Every Friday and Saturday night, BAM has free live music and performances as part of their BAMcafe Live series. The performances are different every night and have been a mix of all different styles of music, including rock, jazz, hip-hop, R&B, world music, and more. It’s located in the bar and lounge area on the top floor of the Peter Jay Sharp Building. Performances start at 9p, but there is limited seating, so it might be worth it to get there early. As an added incentive to show up early, they occasionally have happy hour between 6p and 8p – and this Saturday happens to be one of those occasions.

Burnt Sugar Arkestra will be performing, who Rolling Stone described as “A multiracial jam army that freestyles with cool telekinesis between the lustrous menace of Miles Davis’ On The Corner, the slash-and-om of 1970s King Crimson, and Jimi Hendrix’ moonwalk across side three of Electric Ladyland.”