Where to find your laughter fix this week
SOUTHPORT Comedy Festival shows over the coming days include: Thursday, October 11
The Grand Final of Southport New Comedian of the Year 2018.
The Potting Shed, Lord Street.
Sell-out shows in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016. Tickets £5 from the venue. Friday, October 12
Friends of Bridge Inn Community Farm Present: Comedy Bingo with John Harding
Vincent Hotel, Lord Street.
Tickets £10 from the venue.
Southport Comedy Festival Special – Micky P Kerr & Sean McLoughlin.
Bold Hotel, Lord Street, Southport.
Tickets £12 from the venue. by Brendan
Big Comedy @ Fleetwood Hesketh Sports & Social Club – Simon Bligh + Special Guest.
Hosted by Tony Simpson.
Fleetwood Hesketh Sports & Social Club, Fylde Road, Marshside. Tickets £10. Saturday, October 13 Tom Binns: Everyman The Bold Hotel, Lord Street.
Tickets £13.50 from the venue. Sunday, October 14
Children’s Comedy Trail.
Meet at Playtown, Ocean Plaza, 10am1.30pm, Ages three to 10.
Free event, booking essential via festival website. Phill Jupitus, Juplicity Southport Little Theatre, Hoghton Street.
The star of Never Mind The Buzzcocks brings his new show to the 8th annual festival.
Tickets £15, from the venue. Tuesday, October 16
Sam Avery, Learner Parent.
Southport Little Theatre, Hoghton Street.
The stand-up comedian, viral blogger and bestselling author.
Sold out. Sutherland and multi award-winning rising star Jenny Collier with host Brendan Riley.
Tickets £10 direct from the venue.
Wednesday, October 17 Monday, October 15 The Comedy Pit, George Lewis & Jack
Southport BID Pre- Jamie Sutherland & Gleadow, Comedy In sents: Comedy Pub Jenny Collier. The Clouds Crawl #3. Firepit Bar & Grill, West Southport College,
Starts at The Phoenix, Street. Mornington Road. Coronation Walk. Southport’s newest A night of grub and
Five comedians, four regular comedy night’s grins hosted by Brendan pubs. Tickets £5 from the festival special featuring Riley. Tickets £12 venue Scouse raconteur Jamie includes meal. Southport Dramatic Club presents Same Time Next Year The Little Hoghton Street. Bernard Slade comedy recreated for two nights in the Little Theatre Bar. Tickets £11 from the venue.
The Vincent Lord Street.
Tickets £13.50. Theatre, Nichol, Your Hotel,