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Once again, Liverpool Theatre Festival 2021 was a big hit. And I personally can't wait to see what shows we will get next year. Roll on 2022!
The Laughterhouse Comedy experience, such as this special performance at Liverpool's Bombed Out Church, guarantees a great night out.
If you can see Frank Skinner live at the Empire Theatre, I absolutely encourage you to do so. Because he remains as hilarious as ever.
Go for the laugh, but you'll stay for the reality. The only thing missing tonight was a soapbox and yet ‘About Time’ is Davies’s. It's two shows for the price of one and yet throughout it all, we see how this proud comedian and writer sees the world. Sees the injustice and the ‘if you don't laugh, you'll cry’ contradictions of a system that was allegedly designed to help the most vulnerable and needy.
The Very Best Of Tommy Cooper manages to pack in as many jokes, stories, songs and tricks into sixty minutes as possible, and any fans of this British variety legend will be thoroughly satisfied by this show.
The Liverpool Theatre Festival knocked it out of the park with the Laughterhouse Comedy event.
Max And Ivan: Commitment is the quickest hour you'll ever spend in a theatre.
I thoroughly enjoyed Ardal O'Hanlon live in person, and would absolutely urge anybody to watch him do his thing when he comes to your local auditorium.
Whether you're coming for the music, the comedy or the dancing, The Jersey Beats - Oh What A Nite! has it all and ticks every box for a thoroughly enjoyable night.
Janey Godley made herself at home in Liverpool, and I hope that she decides to come back soon.
It was absolutely fabulous to see John Shuttleworth live, and his show is highly recommended.
Overall, The Jersey Beats was a fantastic night out, with the added bonus of Leye D Johns as the host with the most.
Rob Newman's show was one of the best nights, if not the best night, of comedy that I’ve experienced in years.
It is Undeniable that Adam Rowe is a star in the making, as evidenced by a night of thoroughly enjoyable stand-up comedy.
Oh What A Nite indeed!
If you're completely open-minded when it comes to stand-up comedy, then this is a hilarious night of entertainment, and your funny bone will be overworked.
Summing this one up, I would suggest checking out Tim Key the next time that he visits your town.
The live version of My Dad Wrote A Porno is naughty, fun and surreal, a sign of how sex will always sell. Even if it's triggered simply by Belinda blinking.
Mark Thomas could well give light to a new breed and new race of satirical talents. Something this world needs, especially for those without a voice.
Stan Boardman was one of the most popular stand-up comedians from the 1970s and 1980s, generally considering something of a peak period for stand-up comedy.
Far removed from the reliably pious London-centric comedians dominating comedy, Carl Hutchinson provided real Northern humour, unpretentious & uninhibited.
Russell Howard is once again touring the UK comedy circuit, and has brought his new Round The World show to Liverpool's Echo Arena.
A fantastic evening of comedy entertainment, as both Chris Ramsey and Carl Hutchinson delivered hilarity that will live long in the memory.
Whether you see Simon Warner in Liverpool, Edinburgh or Tenerife, you'll have a fantastically entertaining night.
I would definitely recommend going along to Laughterhouse Comedy on Mathew Street, as there will be many more wonderful and humorously weird acts to come.