Introducing your line up for Blizzard #11

Blizzard Comedy is a proud safe space with explicit content policies on Racism/sexism/homophobia/transphobia/ablism, and a general blanket ban on being a dick. We also make every effort to content warn any potentially difficult or triggering material ahead of time, and we keep audience participation to a minimal, and only with consent (signified by a sticker you can opt to wear if you are okay with being actively involved with the show)

On top of that we try to have a wide array of acts (subject to availability) So you can be confident you’re never going to end up watching straight white men in shirts for 2 hours, unlike some other comedy clubs which shall remain nameless. (Hint; it’s most of them)

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Headlining the February show is the one and only SEAN MORLEY

As heard on the BBC New Comedy Awards 2016

“Sean Morley’s act is a performance harvested from nightmare, but fuelled by friendship. A desperate need to connect with people but a lack of tools to do so and a medium that requires a great degree of insincerity.”

“delightfully ambitious, endlessly creative … prepare to laugh very hard indeed” 4 stars The List

“Absurdist comedy from cult comic hero on the rise” 4 stars The Wee Review

Supporting Sean we have


Rachel is an accomplished stand up comedian. She’s performed her solo show Memoirs of a Bunny Boiler at the Edinburgh Fringe, Glasgow Comedy Festival and The Camden Fringe. Following a successful run at this years Edinburgh Fringe of her show Slutty Little Goldfish, Rachel is playing dates across the UK.

Herald Scottish Culture Award ‘One To Watch’ 2019


Ben has been doing Stand-Up for a year and has already stormed gong shows been chosen as the People’s choice for the Chortle student comedy awards Lincoln heat. He performs frequently around the Manchester & Liverpool area and most notably a 2 week run at the fringe as part of Salfunni compilation show featuring students from the University of Salford.


“Ava Liversidge is the real deal, big flips and tight tricks. Pristine anti-comedy from the mind of a five star Michelin chef. Watch her dance, then reach for the skies – it’s comedy time”


“Sophie was brought up to see the good in the world and to enjoy bad puns. Then she became an adult and noticed the world was on fire. She got angry, got tired, she got into comedy. The result is a pinch of the apocalypse, a hefty glug of feminism, and an embarrassment of cheap gags.”

“well moisturised socialist” – Sophie Powell

With resident compere JONNY COLLINS “The New Monster God Of Comedy” – Tim Ferguson

As always Blizzard Comedy is COMPLETELY FREE AT THE POINT OF ENTRY (As a certain other institution should remain) But if you would like to support us you can do that at:

Or by giving us cash on the night, or donating via PIN/Contactless on our shiny new PDQ machine!

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