Hot Water

Hot Water Comedy Club Pulls Plug On Trial Gig Over Confused Government Messaging

The Hot Water Comedy Club in Liverpool is withdrawing from a pilot programme to trial rapid Covid testing at entertainment venues. It says it is pulling out of all such programmes because of confused Government messaging and misleading media articles that have resulted in a hate campaign against the club.


News: Hot Water Comedy Club To Stage Try-Out Live Gig

The Hot Water Comedy Club is to stage a live try-out stand-up gig with an audience as lockdown measures start to ease.

The Liverpool-based club will be putting on the gig on April 16 at the The Auditorium, M&S Bank Arena, Kings Dock, L3 4FP. It will feature Paul Smith, Adam Rowe, Jamie Sutherland and Mick Ferry.


News: Comedy Clubs And Comedians Devastated By Sudden Delay In Reopening

Comedians and comedy clubs have been devastated by the news on Friday that indoor performances at comedy clubs cannot return from Saturday, August 1 as was announced two weeks ago. In a statement by PM Boris Johnson today a decision will now be taken in two weeks about loosening the lockdown guidelines.


News: Police Called To Live Gig That Wasn't A Live Gig

A number of comedians and comedy clubs have been quick to respond to the coronavirus lockdown by posting alternative comedy gigs online which are abiding by the regulations.


News: Manchester Gets Into Hot Water

Liverpool's Hot Water Comedy Club is to open a branch in Manchester this May. 

The club started off from humble beginnings in Liverpool back in 2010. Since then they have conquered the region, with two purpose build comedy clubs in the city regularly selling out seven nights a week. Such is the magnitude of their success that they even promoted a nationwide sell out tour for their resident compere, Paul Smith. 


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