Goodnights Presents: Horrible People

True tales, told by the sinners themselves, about times they've left the world worse than they found it. Join us for a night of crazy confessions, juicy secrets, and malicious misunderstandings that have left even the finest of folk holding the bag. Horrible People sets out to prove that there's humor to be mined from the least humorous of intentions, and the best stories often arise from the worst decisions.

“Tragedy is when I cut my finger. Comedy is when you fall into an open sewer and die.” - Mel Brooks

12/20/2017 8:00 PM
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True tales, told by the sinners themselves, about times they've left the world worse than they found it. Join us for a night of crazy confessions, juicy secrets, and malicious misunderstandings that have left even the finest of folk holding the bag. Horrible People sets out to prove that there's humor to be mined from the least humorous of intentions, and the best stories often arise from the worst decisions.

“Tragedy is when I cut my finger. Comedy is when you fall into an open sewer and die.” - Mel Brooks

December 20th - Family Holidays hosted by Joe Perrow and Eric Trundy


Dine with us at the Factory prior to the show by making a reservation! Give us a call at 919.828.5233 (Reservations must be made before 4pm the day of the show.) What's the difference between seating? Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page! This show is 18+. 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).

True tales, told by the sinners themselves, about times they've left the world worse than they found it. Join us for a night of crazy confessions, juicy secrets, and malicious misunderstandings that have left even the finest of folk holding the bag. Horrible People sets out to prove that there's humor to be mined from the least humorous of intentions, and the best stories often arise from the worst decisions.

“Tragedy is when I cut my finger. Comedy is when you fall into an open sewer and die.” - Mel Brooks