Just did Laughterhouse Liverpool, gigs like that remind me why I love stand-up
Liverpool - The Slaughter House
The atmospheric underground setting of The Slaughter House is the perfect setting for comedy.
A real comedian’s comedy club, The Slaughter House’s narrow walls have played host to some of the circuit’s biggest names since opening its doors in 2004. John Bishop, Sarah Millican, Stewart Lee, Mark Thomas, Dara O’Briain, Alan Carr, Tommy Tiernan, Justin Moorhouse and Jason Manford have all graced the tiny stage. Comedians cite the low ceilings and the stage’s non-existent proximity to the crowd as reasons why the venue’s stock continues to rise.
Located in the basement of the Slaughter House Pub on Fenwick Street, this venue also boasts an extensive range of ales, a doubles bar and one of the finest pints of Guinness in the country.
Each show features three International Headline quality comedians and one of the finest comperes in the business.
Tickets start from just £15.00* a ticket on Fridays and £17.50* a ticket on Saturdays. *Denotes current ticket prices only and excludes Christmas Shows. Prices for future events may differ.
Tickets can be purchased online, over the phone or from The Slaughter House pub before the night of the show. We do sell-out so we would suggest buying tickets early. A small number of tickets may also be available for purchase at the venue on the night of the show* (*subject to availability).
After the show you can party until the early hours with a free shot (for comedy ticket holders) and live music upstairs.
Before the show, customers can enjoy food at "Olive Restaurant & Bar" & "Piccolino" which are both located less than two minutes walk away. Comedy Meal Deals can be pre-booked and purchased from us along with your show ticket for an additional £13.00 - £16.00 per head depending on the option you choose - please call our information line on 0800 177 7575 for further details.
Please note fancy dress is not permitted at our restaurants - please call 0800 177 7575 if you are planning to dress up to check restrictions.