Got a question?

Have a read through our most frequently asked questions and answers. If you still can’t find what you’re looking for, then please do get in touch.

Are you wheelchair accessible?

Yes, we are!

We have now installed an accessible toilet and all of our staff are trained to use the wheelchair stairlift, to get you in and out of the venue.

For safety reasons, we are limited to two wheelchair users per show, so that we can ensure we can evacuate customers as quickly as possible, if an emergency pops up.

If you are a wheelchair user, please purchase one of the Wheelchair User tickets, to ensure we have space for you on the night.

Please note that we cannot admit, nor store mobility scooters in the bar or theatre. We do have a manual wheelchair you may use, if you are a mobility scooter user, but please contact us, in advance, if this is required.

If you do require wheelchair access, or have any other accessibility queries, you can contact us here

What happens on the night?

Our Friday Night Laughs & Ryan Gleeson’s Saturday Live! shows, follow the same format:

  • 19:00 – Doors open
  • 19:50 – Theatre opens and you will be shown to your seat by the Front of House Manager
  • 20:00 – Show starts: Each section starts with our compere, followed by an act and the compere will return to the stage after the comedian has finished their set. Following this, there will be a short interval and the bar will re-open. There are three sections and two intervals.
  • 22:30 (Approx) – Show ends. After the show, the bar will open

Please note that the bar will close five minutes before the start of the show and five minutes before each section starts. It will not re-open until after the compere has left the stage.

The comedians have to walk to & from the stage through the theatre seating, so please remain in your seats until the compere has left the stage.

If you arrive during the show, the bar will be closed, so you won’t be able to get a drink until the next interval.  We will show you to your seats, however, you may be asked to wait in the Box Office until the interval, in order to prevent disruption to the show.

Where are my tickets?

Tickets can take up to a couple of hours to get to you, depending on your email provider.  If you’ve still not received them, after this time, please have a look through your junk and spam folders, as more often than not, they’ve been filtered out by your email provider.

Still missing?

Get in touch and we’ll do our best Columbo impression and get to the bottom of things

Is there seating?

Yes. Our theatre is fully seated

Is there a dress code?

Nope! You wear whatever makes you most comfortable. If you’ve decided to wear fancy dress, we may ask that you store accessories behind the bar during the show, but you’ll get these back.

What’s the minimum age for entry?

For our evening shows, the minimum age for entry, is 16, however, those under 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

I’m part of a large group, will we all be sat together?

Yes! We allocate seating just before the show starts. The reason that we do this, is to enable us to ensure that everyone who arrived at the show together, sits together throughout the evening.

Do you serve food?

We serve pick ‘n’ mix sweets, fresh popcorn, crisps, nuts, etc. but that’s it, as all of our concentration is on making the show work! There’s loads of excellent restaurants well within walking distance of the Comedy Station Comedy Club, including West Coast Rock Cafe, Compass Café and Harry Ramsden’s.

What time does the show start?

Unless otherwise stated, the Comedy Station Comedy Club opens its doors at 19:00 every night and all shows begin at 20:00

Do I have to purchase tickets in advance?

You don’t have to, but it’s always advisable to purchase in advance, so you can take advantage of offers not available on the door. Also, we do often sell out, so buying tickets ahead of time is highly recommended.

I have been given a Buy-A-Gift or Red Letter Days voucher as a gift. How can I redeem this?

We have ended this promotion with Red Letter Days and BuyAGift, however, we are aware that not all vouchers have been redeemed.

There are a very limited number of seats for each show and we will allocate these on a first come, first served basis.

In order to redeem your voucher, please email us at with the following information:

  • Voucher code. (Exactly as written, including any hyphens)
  • Your full postal address, including post-code
  • Your mobile number
  • Your name
  • Date you’d like to attend

If we have availability, we will validate your voucher with the company from which it was purchased and email you your tickets. If there is no availability, we will not validate your voucher, but we will email you back to let you know.

Vouchers cannot be redeemed at the Box Office and must be redeemed at least five days in advance of the show you wish to attend. 

Where are we?

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Public Transport Links

Nearest tram stop; “The Tower”, find tram timetables at Blackpool Transport

Nearest train station; “Blackpool North”, find rail times at National Rail

Taxi companies:

Premier Cabs (Central Blackpool & South Shore) 01253 401000

Blacktax (Bispham, North Shore & Central Blackpool) 01253 596596

Nearest Tube station: Tower on The Really, Really Northern Line

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