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.
If there is a rable that needs roused then Alan Anderson is your man. Since 1998 Alan has been performing as a stand up comedian at the main comedy venues in the UK and Ireland. A specialist in improvised comedy with audience banter, Alan is regarded as one of the leading compere and warm up acts in Scotland and Northern England. Energetic yet lovable, outspoken but seldom rude, Alan will take any room by the scruff of the neck and entertain it.
With almost 800 professional comedy gigs under his belt, Alan regularly comperes gigs which have featured Johnny Vegas, Bernard Manning, Peter Kay, Ross Noble and Jimmy Carr. Most matchdays Alan can be found hosting corporate gigs at some of Scotlands main Rugby and Football grounds.
Howard Read is a comic, writer, animator and actor, in that order. He is best known for being one half (and the other half), of the Big Howard, Little Howard, the world's first human cartoon double-act. He is also an acclaimed stand-up comic, writer, author, illustrator and animator.
Since storming the Adelaide Fringe and Melbourne International Comedy Festival in 2000 Mickey D has performed across the UK, throughout Europe and the States and acquired an impressive list of TV and radio credits. More recently his achievements were acknowledged when he won’ Best Comedy Award 2007 at the Adelaide International Festival’.
"Charmingly gregarious and a world class talent" The Independent His previous sell-out shows in Edinburgh include; 'Mickey D has Detention Deficit Disorder', 'Mickey D was a Pub Kid' and 'Velocity Boy'.
"His material is all delivered with such bawling gusto that it's a joy to take in" Edinburgh Evening News Mickey is equally at home as compere or headline act and his boundless energy and infectious smile is always guaranteed to rub off on any audience.
Mickey D returns to the Edinburgh Fringe in 2007, with the critically acclaimed show ‘Shame 101’ which won him ‘Best Comedy’ award at the Adelaide International Comedy Festival this year. ‘Shame 101’ is a breakneck departure from the highbrow, a refreshing ride of pure fun - liberating, cheeky, honest and real. No power-point, no gimmicks. Edinburgh 2007 will see Mickey D complete the grand slam of international festivals - Adelaide, Melbourne, Auckland, Montreal and now his 7th Edinburgh festival.