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.
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This charismatic comic performs in comedy clubs worldwide where she is in as much demand for her compere abilities as she is for her comedy routine. Her natural stage presence alongside her "healthy neglect" attitude to life proves extremely popular amongst many and varied audiences including the armed forces where she remains as one of the few women to go to military bases to entertain the troops. She is regularly requested to support other comics on tour the likes of which have included Jenny Éclair, US Comic Louis Ramey, 4 poofs and a piano and Tom Stade. She is also a popular TV Warm up artist for studio based shows which have included the BBC1 sitcom The Old Guys and Badults on BBC Three 2012 saw Jojo co-write and perform a 6 part sketch show called “The Gates” which aired on BBC radio Scotland She is a contributor to several publications including online magazine Standard Issue and has her own regular column in MADE magazine called Trust Jojo! as well as undertaking a variety of other work including radio presenting, voiceovers, theatre performance and film. 2015 will see Jojo star in an online sitcom alongside Daniel Sloss and Tom Stade called M.U.F.F PRODUCTIONS Jojo is a much sought after speaker at dinner and corporate events which she tailors to the individuals needs.
Formerly a solicitor, Keith has performed as a stand-up all over the world, from the Boston International Comedy Festival to Hong Kong to the Middle East. He has appeared on television on the “Michael Mcintyre Comedy Roadshow” on BBC1 as well as “One Night Stand”(BBC) and “Liffey Laughs”(RTE) He has been a regular guest on Radio, both in Ireland and the UK, on BBC, RTE, Talksport, Today FM, Newstalk and all sorts of other warm and welcoming studios. He has written and performed his own comedy, “The Insomniac Club” for BBCNI. He also wrote for RTE’s “That’s all we have time for”. All his Edinburgh shows are still touring. ‘Cruel and Unusual’ ,his first, is a comedy show against the Death Penalty in America, andgarnered much attention from media and punters alike at theEdinburgh Fringe Festival. His second Edinburgh show,No Blacks. No Jews. No Dogs. No Irish. All Welcomewas a show about the dangerous rise of racism and his third Edinburgh Show,Sex Trafficaddressed Womens rights. A regular at prestigious comedy venues in Ireland and the UK, Keith has performed at a variety of Award ceremonies, Corporate events, colleges and maybe even a wedding, but he’ll never admit that.
Daliso’s earliest aspiration was to become a reverend but alas, he enjoys sinning too much. Stand-up comedy is the closest he has come to his initial dream of the pulpit. Daliso began his comedy career in Canada with the acclaimed one man show ‘Feed This Black Man’. Subsequent appearances across Canada followed (highlights include The Just For Laughs Festival 2005 & CBC Television’s ‘Crossing The Main’). In 2004 Daliso Chaponda headlined the ‘Don’t Let Them Deport Me’ Comedy Show as a plea to officials to have his Canadian visa extended. The show was sold out, well reviewed, and frenzied letters were written to bureaucrats. He was forced to leave anyway after one final show, 2005’s “They’re Deporting Him Anyway.” Next, he worked as a comedy writer and performer in South Africa. Recently he moved to the UK. In addition to Stand-Up Comedy, Daliso has also published fiction in numerous magazines and anthologies. In 2002 he was a finalist in the L. Ron Hubbard Writer’s of the Future Contest and in 2006 he was short listed for the Carl Brandon Society Award. Daliso has also been known to jump on planes and tell jokes anywhere on the globe (even on the planes - whether the passenger next to him wants to listen or not). He has been part of the Melbourne,Edinburgh and Cape Town Festivals
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