Variety Lunch Club
  • UK Regional & Tours

The Royal Court Variety Lunch Club will run throughout the year on Wednesday afternoons in the main theatre and is open to anyone who wants to enjoy an afternoon of entertainment, a bowl of Scouse and a cup of tea all in the very best company. Tickets are just 3 or 6 including a bowl of finest home-made Scouse with bread roll and red cabbage. And there is a special discount for groups with a free ticket for every 10th person (please call Box Office for details). Variety Lunch Club will feature the best in local entertainment with a variety of comedians, actors and entertainers. Performers such as Pauline Daniels, Micky Finn, Eithne Browne and Willie Miller have already made an appearance and the whole proceedings are compered by Liverpool's finest new comedy star, Sam Avery. Performance Information

Stalls tickets are available with a bowl of Scouse for an extra 3.

Tickets are available for the show alone in stalls, circle and balcony.

If you are bringing a large group, every tenth ticket is free. Please call the box office on 0870 787 1866 to book.

Please note - the bar will close 15 minutes before the advertised start time.

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