Liverpool Comedy Central is Liverpool's most sophisticated comedy club, set in the plush surroundings of the world famous Blue Bar & Grill's 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 Blue Bar and Grill restaurant, our one course meal deal package or a ticket only. For more information on any of these packages please click here.
Danny McLoughlin has the sharp wit & material, likeable persona and strong stage presence that have seen him become a much sought after act in his short time as a stand up.
A finalist in the Chortle Student Comedian of The Year in 2008, Danny went on to perform as part of the prestigious Big Value Comedy Show during Edinburgh Festival 2009. He also supported Al Pitcher on his UK Tour and is booked by some of the UK’s biggest gigs and promoters. It has been a rapid rise for Danny and it all looks set to continue.
With an amiable, confident stage presence and a well written set Danny delivers material with more than just an immediate pay-off line, preferring to take the joke one or two steps further. Confident enough to take a risk on stage he does so not to the detriment of the audience, keeping them laughing along or hanging on every word.
Keith Carter began his stand up career in Liverpool¹s Orgasmic Comedy Club after half a bottle of gin, three pints of bitter and a packet of crisps (flavour unknown). He was booed off but returned a week later with the novel idea of telling some jokes and he found that the audience preferred this to the stream of abuse that he had used the previous week. He then discovered that audiences liked his gags better when told by someone else which led him to... Nige. Nige may look like any ordinary scally (skaeli - n. Informal a scamp; rascal) but beneath his shell-suit lies a wealth of intelligent, if slightly odd, gags and stories. Watch open mouthed as he explains how superheroes should make their money, hold back a tear as he explains his father¹s drug-related death ( a box of Lemsips fell on him) and reel back with amazement as he travel through time before your very eyes. As well as being a character comedian Keith is a talented comic actor, a freelance writer for Radio 2 and 4 and a writer for theatre and other comics. Keith Carter, remember that name. He may need some help with it.
A bucketload of charm and some surreal and silly material coupled with his brilliant comedy songs make Steve the ideal booking for any evening. Steve walked out on a mind numbing office job and straight onto a comedy stage in the beginning of 2003, and has not looked back since. Within half a year of his comedic birth he had made it through to the semi-finals of the BBC New Comedian of the Year, the North West Comedian of the Year Final, and later that year he had the honour of appearing on the BBC7 Radio Showcase “Spanking New”. Since then he has added to his list of accolades by being named the Holsten Pils Comedian of the Year 2005, and the Birmingham Comedy Festival’s best breaking talent 2005. Steve has more strings in his bow than Nicanor Zabaleta (THE world famous harpist!). A very charismatic and silly performer with a natural talent for spinning yarns, a fertile imagination, and a skilled musical background, his act combines as many elements as Steve can muster.
This quick-fire act immediately grabs audiences with his sharp one-liners and leaves them in hysterics with his playful style and physical comedy skills. In October 2005 he won the City Life North West Comedian of the Year Award (past winners of the prestigious award have included Peter Kay, Caroline Aherne, Dave Spikey and Jason Manford). In 2008 he supported Paddy McGuinness on his 'Plus You!' Tour, for 29 dates.
Andy has been performing stand-up for six years and performs at comedy clubs across the UK.