The home of stand-up comedy in Chester, The Live Rooms, has announced it will soon be presenting a trio of talented comedians to its stage.
As part of its regular “Chester Comedy Corner” fixture in October, the celebrated venue will be hosting a night headlined by Steve Royle.
No stranger to the Live Rooms, the last time Royle was on stage at the Chester venue proved a crowd pleaser for the whole house, encouraging it to invite him back. Royle rose to fame when he became a finalist on the hit UK TV show Britain’s Got Talent. He has also featured on multiple comedy showcases, including the popular “Peter Kay’s Phoenix Nights” and “Live at the Apollo”.
Royle will face some fierce competition on the night from two other English comedians. The dry wit of Liverpool’s Adam Hughes will be onstage telling hilarious tales from his life, along with Shropshire’s Roger Swift.
Swift will be appearing after an extended stint at the Edinburg Fringe Festival, and is well-known for unleashing a flurry of puns and using a multitude of props. So many so that he has self-styled himself as “The Propmeister”.
The Chester Comedy Corner will take place in L2 at The Live Rooms on Sunday, October 22. The venue can be found at 1 Station Road, Chester, and the show will run from 7pm to 11pm.
At the time of writing, tickets are priced at £10 in advance and £13 on the door. The show is suitable for those aged 16 and over.