Liverpool Comedy Central is Liverpool's most sophisticated comedy club, set in the plush surroundings of what was the world famous 'Baby Blue' basement club on the Albert Dock.
Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday we provide four of the comedy circuit's finest comedians to bring comedy fans a superb nights entertainment.
Liverpool Comedy Central offers a range of packages. Our VIP Premier Package which includes a two course meal in the PanAm Restaurant and Bar, our one course meal deal package or a ticket only. For more information on any of these packages please click here.
Upbeat, cheery, consistently funny, engaging, down to earth, friendly, warm, quick on his feet...just some words that have been used to describe one of the most naturally funny comics on the UK comedy circuit, today.
With over a decade's experience in comedy, Dave performs at many of the biggest comedy clubs in the UK and overseas. With jokes and tales that you can't help but relate to, he endears himself to even the rowdiest of audiences with ease. Dave's also no stranger to the big music festivals, having performed over the past few years at the Leeds/Reading, Download & V Festivals.
Sean Meo has been a stand up comic since 1989. Prior to that, he had been a full time snooker player and was a quarter finalist in the English Amateur Championships of 1987. He has risen to the very top of the UK comedy scene and regularly headlines at Jongleurs and The Comedy Store where he is a leading member of The Cutting Edge. Starting 1998 as Time Out Comic Of The Year, he appeared at the Kilkenny, Cork and Montreal Comedy Festivals and made his Edinburgh Festival debut in Catch 23. As well as acting in a movie "Comic Act" for the first time, he starred in four television commercials for the Vauxhall Vectra SRI. Despite looking like he's just stepped out of a Kays catalogue, Sean Meo has actually been a professional stand-up since 1989. Before that, like his namesake Tony, he was a full time snooker player and was a quarter finalist in the English Championships of 1987. Since then, he has risen to the very top of the UK comedy scene and is much in demands as both a stand-up and a writer. On television, he has worked alongside and with such diverse names as Clive James, Jack Docherty and Jimmy Tarbuck and appeared on everything from Des O'Connor Tonight, Celebrity Squares, and Talking Telephone Numbers, to Talking About Sex for Channel 4. In 1998 Sean was awarded the title Comic of The Year by Timeout Magazine. Sean has appeared at the Kilkenny, Cork and Montreal Comedy Festivals.
After starting comedy in late 2009, Scott has rapidly established himself as one of the fastest rising stars on the UK circuit. With a warm and engaging delivery, he is a Yorkshire live wire with an undeniable no nonsense logic. In demand by many of the big clubs, Scott delivers wry observations on the absurdity of modern living. His sharply written routines have been delighting audiences across the country. In 2013 he was selected to perform in the prestigious Big Value showcase show for Just The Tonic at the Edinburgh fringe, the show has previously been a springboard to success for many household names including Jason Manford and Sarah Millican. A versatile and confident performer Scott regularly appears at many of established clubs including; Glee, Jongleurs, Highlight, Just the Tonic, Ten Feet Tall, Funhouse Comedy, Buzz Comedy, Frog and Bucket, Baby Blue, Hilarity Bites and many other independents. He is a resident MC with Funhouse Comedy and is also making a name for himself on the corporate and after dinner speaking circuit.
Mick Ferry is renowned as a fine purveyor of lugubrious surrealism and has quickly established himself as one of the most sought after comics on the British and International comedy circuit. One of the finest comperes around, Mick Ferry performs regularly at The Comedy Store in London and Manchester as well as headlining at comedy venues nationwide. He is also a regular member of the prestigious topical Cutting Edge Team at the Comedy Store. On our TV screens, Mick has recently starred in BBC One`s Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow as well as Comedy Blue and The Comedy Store for Comedy Central. He made his big screen debut in 2009 in Ken Loach’s Looking For Eric – a hit feature film at the Cannes film festival where it was nominated for the prestigious Palm D’Or. A prolific writer, Mick was a writer on John Bishop’s Britain for BBC One and has also previously written for BBC3`s Smalltime.