Liverpool's Laughterhouse has teamed up with Hangar 34 in the Baltic Triangle to offer a new city venue for comedians.
Comedy chiefs say the multi-purpose venue boasts "a huge capacity and state-of-the-art sound and PA system".
Monthly Saturday night shows are being staged there, with the date to look out for this month being April 24 when Keith Carter (as Nige), Mick Miller, Justin Moorhouse and the mysterious 'TV Comedian' all signed up to tickle audiences' ribs.
In other news, Patrick Monahan and Gary Delaney are the double headliners at Liverpool Comedy Cellar during April. You can see the pair at the venue beneath The Magnet in Hardman Street on Saturday, April 15. Monahan has been touring with his latest show The Disco Years, while Delaney (Sarah Millican's other half) is also in the middle of a tour which has been extended in to 2017 due to popular demand.
Other double headliners on the Comedy Cellar bill during April include Daliso Chaponda and Gary Little (April 8), Matt Reed and Justin Moorhouse (April 22) and Jamie Sutherland and Kevin Dewsbury on April 29.
Meanwhile Hot Water Comedy Club, which moved its operation to Seel Street at the New Year, celebrates its seventh birthday over the weekend of April 8-9. Adam Rowe and Lewis Calvert are among those due on the birthday bill.
Finally, later in the month, Paul 'the Sinnerman' Sinha is testing out his new material at Hot Water on April 18-19, and both nights are a bargain being absolutely free. Yes, really. Book early.