Delirious Comedy Club Jeff "Big Daddy" Wayne

Jeff Wayne is one of the busiest comedians working today. He can be seen performing -- and often headlining -- on luxury cruise ships worldwide, in Las Vegas casinos, concerts, comedy clubs, onstage in theatres and starring in his first major motion picture.

Wayne, a veteran comedian, began his career at the Comedy Store in Hollywood working with the likes of Chris Rock, Howie Mandel, Jim Carrey and Roseanne. Billed as "a troubled man for troubled times," critics and audiences agree that, above all, he’s hilarious.

Billy Crystal and Robin Williams are responsible for tagging Wayne with the nickname "Big Daddy" when they introduced him on HBO’s Comic Relief. The moniker derives from the one-man comedy show Big Daddy’s Barbeque written and performed by Wayne over 1,000 times. Now his one man show is going to be a movie, directed and produced by Rick Pamplin (director of Hoover starring Academy Award-winner Ernest Borgnine). Wayne loves the arc the show has taken -- from stand-up, to theater, to television, to a motion picture!

Wayne has appeared on HBO, A&E, NBC, ABC, CNN, FOX, SHOWTIME and internationally on shows on the BBC, CBC and Scandinavian TV. He is frequently heard on XM/Sirius Radio and his routines from his four hilarious CDs are frequently played on comedy stations worldwide.

Originally from Kentucky, the busy father of three now lives in Los Angeles -- but feels most comfortable with a microphone in his hand, standing on a stage, in front of a dark room full of strangers, making them laugh out loud, applaud and often stand to thank Jeff "Big Daddy" Wayne.

04/04/2020 9:00 PM

Door Time: 8:30 PM

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Jeff Wayne is one of the busiest comedians working today. He can be seen performing -- and often headlining -- on luxury cruise ships worldwide, in Las Vegas casinos, concerts, comedy clubs, onstage in theatres and starring in his first major motion picture.

We encourage you to come early and join us for dinner at The Freedom Beat Cafe or grab a beverage and a late night snack after the show and listen to live music with our BOGO drink offer. Just show your ticket to your server and get a Buy One Get One Free" beverage of equal or lesser value. (Valid only on the day/evening of show)

  1. Doors open approximately 30 minutes prior to showtime. General admission seating is first come, first served basis
  2. To insure the enjoyed of others, no photography, video/audio recording allowed. There is NO heckling! Disruptive behavior, texting and phone calls are not allowed during the show at anytime and violators will be asked to leave and no refunds given.
  3. Although we don't judge, there is no smoking or vaping of any kind allowed in the showroom.
  4. Acts subject to change without notice.


Jeff Wayne is one of the busiest comedians working today. He can be seen performing -- and often headlining -- on luxury cruise ships worldwide, in Las Vegas casinos, concerts, comedy clubs, onstage in theatres and starring in his first major motion picture.

Wayne, a veteran comedian, began his career at the Comedy Store in Hollywood working with the likes of Chris Rock, Howie Mandel, Jim Carrey and Roseanne. Billed as "a troubled man for troubled times," critics and audiences agree that, above all, he’s hilarious.

Billy Crystal and Robin Williams are responsible for tagging Wayne with the nickname "Big Daddy" when they introduced him on HBO’s Comic Relief. The moniker derives from the one-man comedy show Big Daddy’s Barbeque written and performed by Wayne over 1,000 times. Now his one man show is going to be a movie, directed and produced by Rick Pamplin (director of Hoover starring Academy Award-winner Ernest Borgnine). Wayne loves the arc the show has taken -- from stand-up, to theater, to television, to a motion picture!

Wayne has appeared on HBO, A&E, NBC, ABC, CNN, FOX, SHOWTIME and internationally on shows on the BBC, CBC and Scandinavian TV. He is frequently heard on XM/Sirius Radio and his routines from his four hilarious CDs are frequently played on comedy stations worldwide.

Originally from Kentucky, the busy father of three now lives in Los Angeles -- but feels most comfortable with a microphone in his hand, standing on a stage, in front of a dark room full of strangers, making them laugh out loud, applaud and often stand to thank Jeff "Big Daddy" Wayne.