Liverpool Comedy Club on Saturday 5th May 2018
The Liverpool Comedy Club at The Bentley is Liverpool’s new home of live stand-up comedy offering a complete night out for you and your friends to enjoy with food, laughter and music all in the one place.
Situated in one of the city’s most stunning venues overlooking the Waterfront and the Three Graces, it hosts the cream of the international comedy circuit every Saturday night and when the laughs stop the Bentley takes over with live music to enjoy into the small hours.
This comedy night features Phoenix Nights Steve Royle and Barry Dodds, hosted by Brendan Riley 'born compere' The Guardian
Comedy Tickets: £15
Comedy and meal package: £25 includes a choice of gourmet burger, 1 side, an alcoholic drink and the show.
Imporatant Information For Comedy and Meal Package Customers
In order to allow us to manage demand we request that customers make their burger choice at point of booking.
Burgers will be served with regular fries plus a drink. Drink choices are a pint of beer, glass of house wine or soft drink.
Because we want you to enjoy your evening it is important that all customers who are having our meal deal arrive and are seated by 7:30pm at the very latest.
Please note that doors open at 6:30pm and we regret that we may be unable to serve food to any Meal Deal Customers arriving after 7:30pm. We are unable to offer a refund for any meals not served due to late arrival.
Anyone with special dietary requirements should contact us via our website or by calling the venue 0151 2364001 before making a booking . All dietary requests must be received the Thursday prior to the show. We can not guarantee that we can accommodate any special dietary requirements for bookings made after this time.
For more details or to contact us please visit our website at www.liverpoolcomedyclub.com or call the venue on 0151 236 4001
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