Liverpool’s second purpose built comedy club.
On the former site of the famous Magnet Bar and Club, we’ve transformed the basement into an amazing comedy club.
Expect the same amazing comedy as our sister venue on Seel Street.
Live comedy 7 nights a week.
This venue has no accessible lift and the main part of the venue is in the basement.
Strictly 18+ due to us being a licensed premises.
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Liverpools first multi-purpose built comedy club & bar. Open 7 days a week offering a full range of stand up comedy from our flagship weekend Triple Headline shows, our weekly New Act night and everything in between.
Our licence allows under 18's to attend any show that ends before 10:30pm.
Since 1913 the Hanover Street venue formally known as Cranes Music Hall, Cranes Theatre and The Neptune Theatre has provided a wide range of live entertainment for over 100 years.
This 380 capacity, grade II listed theatre started out infamous for its amateur dramatic groups and has now progressed to being renowned for its rich variety and diverse family programming.
M&S Bank Arena Liverpool is proud to introduce The Auditorium Liverpool, a brand-new intimate performance space right next door, within our sister venue Convention Centre.
Liverpool's latest addition to the live music scene introducing Hot Water’s Living Room which is part of the Hot Water Comedy Club Complex on Hardman Street on the former site of the iconic Magnet live music venue.
Opem 7 nights a week a regularly hosting some of the finest live music from the Liverpool scene.
Always Free entry and no need for tickets.
This studio room is an incredible space for live comedy featuring regular touring shows and 'Work In Progress' from some of the UK’s best comedians.
This room is also available to hire.
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