Weekly ‘no stags; no hens; comedy night Four Candles has a welath of chucklesome riches coming over the Summer. Here are just seven highlights.
If you yearn for the days when comedians had something important and meaningful to say, when comedy wasn’t just about panel game shows or comics finding quirky means of transport to do travelogues, there is a show for you this week. Transatlantic Fury, a two night double header of savage political satire featuring British comedy [...]
When is a comedy night not a comedy night? By putting comics at the centre, Four Candles is a very different night’s entertainment from the usual raucous shows.
SevenStreets favourite, Daniel Kitson returns to the Playhouse for the opening show of his new tour. The award-winning comedian brings his “something like a stand up show” show to town on Wednesday 8 May. Last time he was in the city was for his sell-out storytelling show The Interminable Suicide of Gregory Church at the [...]
Tonight sees the return of one of the Liverpool Comedy Festival’s regular highlights, as ‘Local Legend’ (his agent requested that bit) Jake Mills and former Casualty and Hollyoaks star, James Redmond team up once again for their third festival show in as many years. The two met in Liverpool’s Rawhide Club a few years ago, [...]
Is John Bishop funny? Not on the evidence of Rollercoaster, but that doesn’t seem to matter to the 60,000 Liverpool people booked to see the show this week.
The Unity Theatre hosts its usual collection of one-man shows, with gigs from Robin Ince and Michael Legge, Seann Walsh and Josie Long.
Laughing Cows showcases all-female line-up comedy night every month at Bumper. Che Burnley goes on an all-dairy diet.
Was it third time lucky for Doug Stanhope in Liverpool?
Doug Stanhope returns to Liverpool, having previously vowed never to return. This should be fun.
Richard Herring’s new show – What is Love, Anyway? – sees the talented stand-up dissecting our understanding of love and lust.
March is shaping up to be a huge month for comedy – Che Burnley rounds up the month’s Liverpool funnies.
Wilfully anarchic and inventive physical comedy: just the thing to shake you out of your new year doldrums, Big Wow at the Unity this month.
Women who are funny and don’t talk about periods? Victoria Anderson invites you to Come On Girls.
Fancy an evening with Brian Butterfield? How about Darth Maul? Or, for that matter, any one of the ‘fab four’? Vicky Anderson meets them all, in returning comedy hero, Peter Serafinowicz…
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