Comedians Alex Luchun and Larry Fulford return to their Orlando roots at Will's Dirty Laundry

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The only good thing about the tendency of talented comedians to leave town once they’ve cut their teeth is that we get to be really excited when they come back to town. After they host Record Store Day at Park Ave. CDs on Saturday, April 22, Alex Luchun and Larry Fulford take over the Dirty Laundry space for a welcome reunion. Fulford has been based out of Chicago for the past year, and Luchun traded one swamp for another with his move to New Orleans. The pair used to be known in town for their Life’s a Gift series of comedy shows that included randomly selected challenges, and we hope we get to see these guys work off of each other again at what should be a well-attended show.

8:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 25 | Will’s Dirty Laundry, 1030 N. Mills Ave. | willspub.org | free


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