Wine And Laughter At Rams Head On Stage With Laurie Forster

| March 17, 2013
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Something To Wine About, With The Wine Coach, Laurie Forster

Tuesday, Mar 19 | 6:30pm Doors, 7:00pm Show | $29.50

Laurie ForsterLooking for a laid back take on wine tasting? TV personality, award-winning sommelier and comedian, Laurie Forster, delivers an off-beat hilarious show where wine meets punch lines. Forster peels back the labels of a selection of her favorite wines as she exposes the truth of her life in the wine business and in suburban hell. This is a “tasting” you will never forget.

Included in the ticket price is a tasting of five of Laurie’s favorite wines and unlimited laughs! Seats are limited and advance purchase is required.

“Something to Wine About” is an original wine tasting comedy show that appeals to wide audiences including buttoned up conservatives, stir crazy stay-at-home Moms and even the cast of the Jersey Shore. A combination of standup comedy, wine tasting and improvisation, Forster has created a show that even beer drinkers will love.

Laurie’s un-stuffy approach to wine also packs a punch line with a powerful message. While teaching her audiences how to savor every last drop, they also learn it’s more important to trust their own personal taste than to follow the opinions of experts. Funny advice coming from a sommelier and her audiences love the honesty.

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On a November in 1997, Rams Head On Stage opened its doors for the first time to national recording artist Livingston Taylor. Since that date, the club has expanded to seat over 300 guests in an intimate atmosphere. Hosting more than 400 shows per year, Rams Head On Stage is the top club under 500 seats in the world, according to Pollstar Magazine rankings.