Helium Presents: Peggy O'Leary Live Helium Records Album Recording

Peggy O'Leary is a stand-up comedian from Delco, PA, the suburbs of Philly. She went to college in Manhattan at SVA, where she met the guys of BLEAK! Comedy and quickly joined their sketch group. After years of sketch and improv comedy she started stand up and quickly realized that was what she wanted to focus on. She has lived and performed on both coasts and currently resides in the Philly area, where she is a regular at Helium Comedy Club, Punch Line Philly, and many a dive bar comedy show. You can see her doing shows with her co-host of Lovable Monsters, Ryan Foster's weekly show every Thursday at JJ Mallon's on Front & Girard & quarterly at Punch Line.

Peggy has made many appearances on The Q Show on FOX, NBC Philly Sports, The Class H Show on FOX and played a blonde detective on a reenactment show called People Magazine Investigates on Discovery Channel. Festival credits include Skankfest, Skankfest South, Montreal Just for Laughs, Bridgetown, Limestone, New York, Women in Comedy, Comedy Expo, and Funny Female Festival in Chicago. When asked how she’d describe her comedy in four words she answered For. Good. Time. Call.

03/29/2023 8:00 PM
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Peggy O'Leary is a stand-up comedian from Delco, PA, the suburbs of Philly. She went to college in Manhattan at SVA, where she met the guys of BLEAK! Comedy and quickly joined their sketch group. After years of sketch and improv comedy she started stand up and quickly realized that was what she wanted to focus on. She has lived and performed on both coasts and currently resides in the Philly area, where she is a regular at Helium Comedy Club, Punch Line Philly, and many a dive bar comedy show. You can see her doing shows with her co-host of Lovable Monsters, Ryan Foster's weekly show every Thursday at JJ Mallon's on Front & Girard & quarterly at Punch Line.

Peggy has made many appearances on The Q Show on FOX, NBC Philly Sports, The Class H Show on FOX and played a blonde detective on a reenactment show called People Magazine Investigates on Discovery Channel. Festival credits include Skankfest, Skankfest South, Montreal Just for Laughs, Bridgetown, Limestone, New York, Women in Comedy, Comedy Expo, and Funny Female Festival in Chicago. When asked how she’d describe her comedy in four words she answered For. Good. Time. Call.


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This show is 21+ (18+ with a parent or legal guardian over the age of 30). All minors will be wrist-banded or stamped and no alcohol will be served at the table. All parties must have valid ID to enter the building. Please note, there is a 2 item per person minimum in the showroom. Tickets will be available for pick up at the box office prior to the show (they are generally available 1.5-2 hrs prior to showtime.)


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Peggy O'Leary is a stand-up comedian from Delco, PA, the suburbs of Philly. She went to college in Manhattan at SVA, where she met the guys of BLEAK! Comedy and quickly joined their sketch group. After years of sketch and improv comedy she started stand up and quickly realized that was what she wanted to focus on. She has lived and performed on both coasts and currently resides in the Philly area, where she is a regular at Helium Comedy Club, Punch Line Philly, and many a dive bar comedy show. You can see her doing shows with her co-host of Lovable Monsters, Ryan Foster's weekly show every Thursday at JJ Mallon's on Front & Girard & quarterly at Punch Line.

Peggy has made many appearances on The Q Show on FOX, NBC Philly Sports, The Class H Show on FOX and played a blonde detective on a reenactment show called People Magazine Investigates on Discovery Channel. Festival credits include Skankfest, Skankfest South, Montreal Just for Laughs, Bridgetown, Limestone, New York, Women in Comedy, Comedy Expo, and Funny Female Festival in Chicago. When asked how she’d describe her comedy in four words she answered For. Good. Time. Call.