The Brooklyn New York born comedian is the only comedian in history to sell out the legendary Madison Square Garden two nights in a row. He is also the only comedian banned for life by MTV for having recited his “adult nursery rhymes”, which have now become his anthem, during the 1989 MTV Video Music Awards. Do you remember those days, when MTV actually played music?
Dice is back in full force with a residency at Las Vegas’ Hard Rock Hotel’s Vinyl theatre. With 4 shows a week, from Thursday to Sunday, he’s bringing his hilariously offensive, raunchy, sultry humour to Sin City with nothing held back.
We had the chance to check out the show to experience it for ourselves and get you the inside scoop on whether or not Dice Clay is really back to his old form. Is it worth the price to see Andrew Dice Clay in person in Vegas?
The answer is a big YES! From start to finish, you’ll be bent over laughing from his reflection on women today. It’s not for the faint of heart, so if you get offended easily, why the f*ck were you even considering seeing Andrew Dice Clay? My apologies.
I don’t want to give everything away, but if you’re an old school Andrew Dice Clay fan, his Vegas show will have something for you. If you’ve never heard Dice’s comedy before, you’ll be in for a good time. At the show, you’ll notice that he has some really dedicated fans from his peak in the comedy business. They know all of his catchphrases and are on the ball when it’s time to say him.
I need to make a special mention of the opening act for the night, comedian Eleanor Kerrigan. Any sexual appeal she has when she starts her set quickly vanishes as she discusses her unconfirmed “4 in. clitoris”. Her no holds comedic style matched perfectly with that to come from Andrew Dice Clay. She had no fear as she mocked the scariest, most tough looking guy in the venue who happened to be sitting in the front row, and teasing the hot girl with the big boobs also sitting in the front. Keep an eye out for her, she’ll continue making waves as she tours and does more shows.
Check out Andrew Dice Clay if you’re in town and want a real Vegas style comedy show.