The Comedy Cellar at Mojo's is The Place for Comedy! Enjoy dinner in the restaurant or choose the dinner and show package which includes a Buffet Dinner and one Comedy show ticket.
- Dinner-N- Show Packages have limited availability- Tickets must be paid in advance- The Buffet Style Dinner is served 6:30pm -7:30 pm. If your Show starts @ 9pm, your Buffet will be served 7:30-8:30pm. You MUST be checked in and seated before the starting time. For more information please call 330-793-6656 and ask for a manager.
- Guests choosing the Dinner -n- Package Show for the 8 PM show will have their Buffet dinner in the comedy club and for 10 PM Shows, will have dinner Upstairs at Mojos then proceed to the Comedy Cellar. We do not have a Buffet Dinner for the 10pm shows.
- When purchasing General Admission tickets only, Please arrive at least 10 minutes before the show begins.
- When attending our 10pm Show, Please note that we will be seating at 10:10pm.
- SEATING IS ASSIGNED IN ADVANCE-If you and friends would like to sit together, you must purchase tickets under the same name or leave a message in the comments box when ordering. (Note: we will do our best to accommodate large groups but depending on shows, we cannot guarantee group seating).
- If tickets are no longer available online, please contact Mojos at 330-793-6656 and check for availability.
- WE DO NOT OFFER REFUNDS! PLEASE PURCHASE RESPONSIBLY!
- MOJO'S COMEDY CELLAR is an Adult Club. Anyone 18-20 is welcome, BUT they need to be signed in and accompanied by someone 21+.
- 6292 MAHONING AVENUE, AUSTINTOWN, OHIO 44515 (MAP)
- Have a question Contact us @ 330-793-6656 or Email us!
Heywood has been featured in "Rolling Stone Magazine" and "People Magazine." He won First Place in the Johnnie Walker Comedy Search Contest.
Heywood Banks has appeared on A&E's "Evening at the Improv," MTV's "1/2 Hour Comedy Hour," CNN's "Hollywood Minute," "Caroline's Comedy Hour," "Entertainment Tonight," "Showtime Comedy Club Network," "Dr. Demento Show," "12th Annual HBO Young Comedians Special with Paul Rodriguez" and is a frequent guest on the national Bob and Tom radio show.
Stuart Mitchell, the creator of Heywood Banks, tells us that his character was born on a mountaintop in Tennessee and lived for many many years in a log trailer. Heywood's biological parents, Hank and Heyena Banks were killed in a freak revolving restaurant accident back in the sixties - someone had hit the Puree Button by mistake...grisly! Eventually raised by mathematical parents, Heywood was working in a Kroger bagging groceries when he was hit in the head with a can of lunchmeat, giving him spamnesia. This caused him problems for years as he became afraid of the dark, but couldn't sleep with the light on. "Did that ever happen to you???