Comedy Station Comedy Club
Three comedians and an emcee take the stage for each show, promising an evening of sharp wits and big laughs—check the lineup before visiting and book in advance to ensure admission. The Comedy Station Comedy Club brings the best that the UK standup comedy scene has to offer to Blackpool, featuring well-known, as well as yet-to-be-famous, acts. Since opening in 2002, they’ve hosted comedians such as Jason Manford, Justin Moorhouse, Tape Face, Lee Nelson, Charlie Chuck, and Junior Simpson, as well and as legends including Mick Miller and Bobby Ball.
Things to Know Before You Go
The Comedy Station Comedy Club is a must-visit for fans of standup comedy.
The venue is not wheelchair-accessible.
Audience members must be aged 18 or over.
The comedy club hosts a full bar.
How to Get There
The Comedy Station Comedy Club is located directly opposite Blackpool Tower, within a short walking distance of many hotels and tourist attractions, including the Northern Victorian Pier. The closest tram station is Tower, a 2-minute walk away, and Blackpool North Railway Station is a 12-minute walk.
When to Get There
Shows are held every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings. Seats are typically unreserved, so it is recommended that you arrive early to get the best seats—you can have a drink from the bar as you wait.
Sundays evenings are set aside for comedians to test out their new material. The pub offers drink specials during the evening, and entry to the show is free—you just pay whatever you like on the way out.