All posts tagged "comedy"

  • Of Mic And Men: Doc Brown interview

    Hip-hop and comedy meet in Doc Brown's new show Of Mic And Men.

  • Radar: Four Comedy Picks This Week

    Che Burnley rounds up the Liverpool comedy circuit's best over the next week.

  • 7 Comedians To See At Four Candles

    Weekly 'no stags; no hens; comedy night Four Candles has a welath of chucklesome riches coming over the Summer. Here are just seven highlights.

  • Transatlantic Fury at the Lantern

    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...

  • Review: Four Candles

    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...

  • Radar: Daniel Kitson at Playhouse

    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...

  • Jake and James: From Hollyoaks to Comedy…

    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...

  • Review: John Bishop – Rollercoaster

    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...

  • Radar: Liverpool Comedy Festival at the Unity Theatre

    The Unity Theatre hosts its usual collection of one-man shows, with gigs from Robin Ince and Michael Legge, Seann Walsh and Josie Long.

  • Review: Laughing Cows at Bumper

    Laughing Cows showcases all-female line-up comedy night every month at Bumper. Che Burnley goes on an all-dairy diet.

  • Review: Doug Stanhope at the Philharmonic

    Was it third time lucky for Doug Stanhope in Liverpool?

  • Radar: Doug Stanhope at the Philharmonic

    Doug Stanhope returns to Liverpool, having previously vowed never to return. This should be fun.

  • Review: Richard Herring – What is Love Anyway?

    Richard Herring's new show – What is Love, Anyway? – sees the talented stand-up dissecting our understanding of love and lust.