The Baltimore Comedy Factory will officially re-open in April at its new location in Power Plant Live, management said Wednesday.
The club, which has had many different owners but held the same name for over the 30 years, moved from its location above Burke's downtown in January, when the restaurant closed.
Owner Matt Weber said he signed a long-term lease with Power Plant Live in February, and has been quietly renovating the space since.
He'll join an $11-million upgrade the whole complex is undergoing, its first in over a decade.
I toured the site yesterday. Weber has added a bar to place, and renovated the lobby with a new, nautically-inspired decor. The theater will still hold some 250 guests.
The club has been in a soft opening since the beginning of the month, and anticipates having a grand opening in April, most likely with a performance by comic Bill Bellamy.
Weber said cover will stay at $17.
The club is expected to be open Thursdays through Saturdays, and sometimes Sunday.
Its home at 6 Market Place has hosted several comedy clubs over the years, starting with Slapstix almost a decade ago, and later the Baltimore Improv and Rascals.
The space has been vacant now for at least four years.