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03-11-2001, 06:07 AM
Is it ok to bring a 4 and 6year old to the comedy club at DD?
Or is it for the more mature audiences?
03-11-2001, 06:43 AM
I honestly would not take a 4 and 6 year old to Pleasure Island. Better to take them to a KIds Club like Neverland at the Polynesian or hire a sitter from Fairy Godmothers.
I have been at Comedy Club nights that the cast had to censor some of the suggestions from the audience. It is adult fare.
03-11-2001, 07:46 AM
I'm 13 and my sister is 16 we went to Disney again in Novemeber/December and my parents just took us to Pleasure Island for the first time at night. We went into a lot of the clubs that didn't make u be a certain age. We did the comedy club it was really funny but not always approit so i would take a 4 and a 6 year old into there nor to Pleasure Island at night. It can be fun to walk around it during the day with them. :cool: ;) :)
SueM in MN
03-11-2001, 02:35 PM
I agree with the others. I would call it PG 13. The cast make some adult innuendoes, but they have no control of the things the audience says. Some of the audience comments the night we were there were kind of racy.o
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03-12-2001, 09:14 AM
My husband and I have been to the Comedy Club 3 times, and every time we were there, there would be several children in attendance...I noticed that the cast was VERY careful about use of bad language or sexual content -- even to the point of mentioning "hey remember this is a family club" or something along those lines. We have never taken our children but had planned to this year (ages 10 and 16 and 16 yr.old's friend). I would think that kids younger than 10 or so might be bored. Just my opinion.... :rolleyes:
03-12-2001, 01:12 PM
...somebody told us when we were there that the earlier shows -- I think they start at 7 -- are more family-friendly, for obvious reasons.
Since most of the show is improvised, a lot depends on the crowd, rather than the performers.
Personally, I think the child who will enjoy this club the most is one who is well-versed in current events, pop culture, trends, politics and late night television.
If you know any kids like that, bring 'em along! ;) . They'll love it.
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03-13-2001, 11:20 AM
In my opinion, Pleasure Island at night is not for kids. They would have a better time at one of the kids clubs and the money would be better spent.
03-14-2001, 02:57 AM
We took our DD (then just 5) to the Comedy CLub the first time we went to WDW. I thought the same thing, this is a family place. She didn't like the loud noises in the bars, but loved the Comedy Club. It was early though. It was funny because she was just laughing and laughing and laughing, but didn't know what she was laughing at. Just watching the other people laugh. There was only a few times where something was said. She would probably question it now at age 9. Probably wouldn't do it again.
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