Laughterhouse are delighted to be back at the iconic St Georges Hall concert room for some memorable nights of comedy in 2024.
The Hall is one of the finest examples of a neoclassical building in the world and stands majestically over the city skyline.
St George’s Hall opened in 1854 and is an outstanding expression of the confidence and ambition the Victorians had for their city, their delight in profiling their achievements is particularly personified by the stunning architecture of the Concert Room and the grandeur of the Great Hall. Those who designed, built and funded this extraordinary building, sought deliberately to lift the human heart beyond the here and now, beyond the everyday and the ordinary.
The Hall can rightly claim to be the emotional heart of the region; it has been the spontaneous gathering place for the people of Liverpool in times of celebration, vigils, and commemorations. Important moments happen here from commemorative city gatherings following the deaths of the Beatles, John Lennon and George Harrison, to historic homecomings for Liverpool FC and Everton FC following Cup Final victories. St George’s Hall also hosted the Peoples’ Opening of Liverpool’s European Capital of Culture celebrations in 2008, when Ringo Starr played from the roof of the building to over 50,000 people.