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Old Man Hustle Comedy Club to Replace Videology

The vacant Videology will soon be occupied by Old Man Hustle Comedy Club. (Google Maps)

June 7, 2019 By Laura Hanrahan

The vacant Williamsburg building that once housed movie-screening bar Videology will soon be getting a new tenant.

Stand up comedy club Old Man Hustle is planning to expand into Brooklyn and is setting up shop at the 308 Bedford Ave. property. Renovations on the building appear to be ongoing, with the iconic silver-lettered “Videology” sign coming down last weekend.

Signs with the comedy club’s name popped up in the windows in recent days. On their social media pages, Old Man Hustle advertised that the Bedford Avenue location will be “coming soon,” but have not yet confirmed an opening date.

Old Man Hustle did not respond to requests for comment.

This will be the comedy club’s second location, after their Lower East Side space opened in the fall of 2013. The Essex Street club hosts nightly stand up comedy, open mics, and occasional movie nights.

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