D.C. comedy club Drafthouse Comedy in the downtown region has closed permanently owing to ongoing COVID-19 pandemic limits.
D.C. comedy club Drafthouse Comedy in the downtown spot has shut completely thanks to ongoing COVID-19 pandemic restrictions.
“Under recent situation with COVID-19 constraints in Washington, D.C., we are not legally allowed to work the business,” the organization reported in an email to patrons. “The burden of continued company obligations — especially hire, utilities, licenses and insurance plan — has been way too tricky to carry on operations.”
The homeowners have achieved an settlement with the landlord in D.C., and have mutually agreed to close the locale, it claimed.
Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse opened Drafthouse Comedy at 1100 13th St. in Northwest D.C. four several years in the past.
Cinema & Drafthouse, a cafe and bar that hosts are living comedy reveals, as nicely as movies, in a 1930s theater on Columbia Pike in Arlington continues to be open with constrained potential.
Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse opened in 1985.