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Liverpool’s only 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.
Live comedy 7 nights a week.
This venue has no accessible lift and the main part of the venue is in the basement.
Our licence allows 16 year olds in for shows ending before 10pm as long as they're accompanied by someone over 18.
Challenge 25 is in place so please bring ID along with you on the night.
Bag searches are also in place so please don’t be offended if the security ask to search your bag upon entry.
This is our smaller room at our Hardman Street venue where we host regular shows every week.
licence allows 16 year olds in for shows ending before 10pm as long as they're accompanied by someone over 18.
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