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.
Self-confessed comedy geek, Barry took to the comedy stage at the tender age of 21 and soon had audiences eating out of the palm of his hand. Using his own contrasting combination of irrepressibly cheeky and surprisingly dark material, he quickly found himself taking the national circuit by storm. Finalist in various high profile competitions such as Jimmy Carr’s Comedy Idol and Jongleurs Last Laugh Comedy Search, his twinkly eyed, playful demeanour disarms judging panels, industry experts and audiences alike, allowing him flirt coquettishly with topics that are traditionally a little more controversial.
Fresh out of University in the early Noughties, Dan started working behind the bar in a local comedy club and already the seeds for his future career where sown. He took to the stage for the first time only a few months later and found himself catapulted to the forefront of the comedy scene.
One of stand-ups brightest stars. a natural on stage, a total original and one of comedy’s most exciting secrets. Dan combines cutting observation with his natural playfulness, raucous banter with beautiful surrealness, and great gags with heart felt ramblings. His comedy is genuine, creative, honest, unpredictable, original and above all… funny as hell.
Like the jewel in a comedic crown, Nightingale adds a touch of class to any line-up.
The comic who turned to stand-up to avoid the school bullies is a cliché. But for Longley, that ploy didn’t work, and now he confronts this issue in his act. Not in a self pitying or Navelgazing way, but honestly nonetheless. And, for fear this is too heavy, it provides the set-up for a nicely sick payoff line. Somehow, Longley contrives to mix these experiences with more stupidly funny, slightly surreal images, starting with him wishing bad things on children’s TV characters and culminating in a gay mole and other bizarre animal impersonations that go down a storm.
In his decade on the British stand-up circuit, Caimh McDonnell has firmly established himself as the white-haired Irishman whose name nobody can pronounce. Caimh is in great demand as a writer for TV. He has recently worked on both series of ‘The Sarah Millican Television Programme’ and the SKY sports/comedy panel show ‘A League of Their Own’. When not doing all of the above, Caimh is proud to be ‘The Voice of London Irish’ He acts as the announcer in the Madjeski stadium in Reading, as well as conducting player interviews and writing for the programme.