The Last Laugh Comedy Club Reviews
Description:A chain of comedy clubs in Yorkshire, England
Newest Review: ... disco which I think continued until around 1am. Food is available from the bar but consisted more of snacks rather than full meals. We had a plate of nachos and dips for our table but baked potatoes and paninis were also available. The Last Laugh Comedy Club also takes place occasionally at other venues in the Sheffield area although the Memorial Hall at the City Hall is its regular home. ... more
Customer The Last Laugh Comedy Club Reviews (1)
by - written on 16/05/09 (Very useful, 171 readings)
On Saturday 25th April 2009 I attended the Last Laugh Comedy Club at Sheffield's City hall as part of a birthday celebration for a couple of friends. It was my first visit to this show but due to its popularity it is necessary to book tickets well in advance so having had the tickets since the beginning of the year it was something that I had been looking forward to. The Comedy Club takes place every Friday and Saturday night. It is held in the Memorial Hall, which has a seating capacity for 500 people and invariably always sells out. The acts are usually only announced a few weeks in advance so most people book tickets before the acts have been announced ... Read the complete review
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