Liverpool's biggest comedy promoter Laughterhouse brings you another amazing night of entertainment, featuring eight giants of comedy.
Book now for what promises to be the comedy event of festive season - a must for any comedy lover!
Ed Byrne - Live at the Apollo, QI, and Mock The Week
'He'll make you smile, he'll make you laugh, he'll make you want to fall in love with him'
The StageMarcus Brigstocke - Spamalot, and Have I Got News For You
'Naturally witty, hugely bright, delightful.'
The TimesShappi Khorsandi - Mock The Week, QI, and Channel 4's Comedy Gala
'Smart, vivacious and innately funny'
ChortleAndrew Maxwell - Never Mind The Buzzcocks, and Mock The Week
'A connoisseur of the ridiculous'
The ScotsmanIvan Brackenbury - 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, and I'm Alan Partridge
'Top quality entertainment with practically universal appeal!'
The GuardianDaisy Earl - BBC's Breaking The News, and STV Late Show
'Strongly written and delivered set, equal parts depreciation and defiant attitude. Hilarious!'
ChortleDaliso Chapond - Britain's Got Talent, QI, and The Now Show
'Raw Eddie Murphy confidence, cheek and a super polished style'
The VerveMC Chris Cairns - Radio City's Slaughter the Week
'Liverpool's very own Big Yin'
Liverpool EchoLine-up may be subject to change.
8% administrative fee applies to most telephone/online orders (excluding Schools Concerts). Postage is included in this fee. More information about booking fees.
Fri 17 - Sun 19 , Tue 21 - Thu 23 December 2021 7:30pm Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Festive music and classic carols, conducted by Ian Tracey, with presenter John Suchet, baritone Thomas Weinhappel, members from the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir, and Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Choir