Wed23 Jan
20:00FREE
As Seen On TV
Liverpool45 Hardman Street, L1 9AS
Doors Open: 19:00 | Show: 20:00 | Ends: 22:30

These shows will feature a recognisable TV name closing every show with an extended 30 minute set. We will also be using this night as a new material night for more established comedians & a trial night for comedians who we haven't had the pleasure of seeing perform yet. These acts will always be ones who are playing all the big clubs throughout the UK.

 

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  • Hot Dog £6.00

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No Large Groups Read More
This event is not available for groups of more than 4 people. This includes separate bookings if you plan to arrive as part of a larger group of 4 with multiple bookings.
No Stag / Hen Parties Read More
Strictly no stag or hen parties. You will be refused entry if you book tickets for this event and turn up as part of a stag or hen group.
Free Ticket Information Read More
All Free tickets guarantee entry to the show until 30 minutes before the scheduled show start time. After this time doors will then open up to walkups on the night and tickets will no longer be valid or needed. Please ensure if you are pre booking tickets that you arrive before this time to avoid the risk of you not gaining entry.
Paul Smith
Paul Smith
Our resident compere Paul Smith is a firm favourite at Hot Water. His quick wit and affable nature make him popular with any crowd. Paul has been crowned Liverpools New Comedian of the Year and was a Finalist at The Leicester Comedian of the Year competition. If you have been to Hot Water you will have undoubtedly witnessed his skill in...more
Simon Wozniak
Simon Wozniak
Liverpool comic Simon Wozniak with his honest, inimitable, no holds barred opinions on the world.
Dean Coughlin
Dean Coughlin
Brand new comedian who is completing the July 2017 Beginner's Comedy Course at Hot Water Comedy Club
Phil Chapman
Phil Chapman
Phil began performing comedy at a local Chinese restaurant, he was asked to leave soon into the performance, but such was the reaction of the crowd - a rapturous round of applause (in hindsight, this may have been more for the management although no one can really confirm anything) - he decided to pursue a career via more conventional means. He...more
Jeff Innocent
Jeff Innocent
I was always connected. I still get invited to the funerals, if you know what I mean'. From London's East End, Canning Town, Jeff Innocent grew up the son of a real-life villain and could have chosen a career in the family firm. Instead he worked in the 70s as a window dresser in London's fashionable Kings Road & Carnaby Street for a smart chain...more
House Rules

Hot Water Comedy Club is all about having a sidesplitting night of hilarious comedy. We do have a few house rules to make sure that everybody attending has a great night. You can view them here