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.
Having trained as an actress, Lou has appeared in various guises on television, and in theatre, including: Jo Brand Through the Cakehole (CH4), The Borrowers (National Tour), and numerous productions for the Edinburgh Festival. Lou’s comedy career started in the mid 90’s, doing improve comedy with various groups in and around London. This has continued into the naughties with her move to Manchester, where, under the guidance of the late, great Dave Purdy, she began her stand up career. Lou has continued to gig around Manchester and Nationally, with venues including The Comedy Store, The Frog & Bucket, both Edinburgh & Glasgow Stand, as an act and compere, and The Comedy Balloon (as an act and compere).
A first class guitar-wielding comedian with a captivating voice and wickedly dry sense of humour. Andy Askins has an expertly crafted routine littered with an eclectic mix of offbeat comic songs and parodies. Popular songs have been rewritten and given a perverse twist to tremendous comic effect. With impeccable timing, his inventive and quirky songs are peppered with inspired patter and the darker material is sweetened by his impish demeanour which never fails to leave audiences in the palm of his hand. With a wickedly dry sense of humour, Andy's darker material is sweetened by his innocent and impish demeanour which never fails to leave audiences in the palm of his hand. With impeccable timing, the inventive and quirky songs are peppered with inspired patter - the material is as strong as the songs and delivered in an inimitable modest and self-deprecating style.
His subject matter is wide ranging; from his many bizarre relationships: "Some of them with humans" to an unfortunate mix-up over a colostomy bag with a Columbian drug baron in Miami docks. The routine ends with a hilarious rendition of Sting's 'Message in A Bottle' in which Andy recounts a weekend in Amsterdam with unfortunate but hilarious repercussions.
Since his first gig in December 2007 Adam Staunton has developed into a solid act, a confident and demanding stage presence has seen him perform alongside the likes of John Bishop, Phil Nicol, Rob Rouse, Jack Whitehall and Sarah Millican. Flexible enough to gig almost anywhere, Adam has performed in pubs, clubs, bars and even music festivals, coming highly recommended by promoters and fellow acts up and down the country.
Winner at The Comedy Store King Gong Show and winner at Up The Creek's The Blackout