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Feeling Funny Youth Comedy Club

Feeling Funny Club is the comedy child of organisation's bespoke mental health and wellbeing centred course Feeling Funny. The club bridges the gap between clubs on the national circuit and the end of the Feeling Funny Club for graduates whilst providing young people with a creative platform to continue supporting their mental health and wellbeing alongside like-minded peers.

Taking place twice a month, every month, Feeling Funny Youth Club is dedicated to helping budding young comedians develop and hone their craft by providing a platform in which they can practise their skills in a safe and friendly environment. Each session is accompanied by advice and guidance from comedians from the professional comedy circuit.

The club provides a safe environment that encourages individuals to continue using humour between sessions as a way of building personal resilience. The laughter shared in these sessions help participants build new connections, friendships and encourage communications amongst the group.

Young people can be a part of all aspects in the club from performing and writing to creating your very own comedy podcast or video series.

Embark on a journey into the world of comedy through workshops, industry masterclasses and your very own Liverpool Comedy Festival showcase event: 

- There's no need to audition!
- It's FREE...Yes completely FREE!
- Learn all aspects of comedy from writing and performance to organising your own show
- There's no pressure to perform, come along and have fun and most importantly have a laugh

Who to contact

Contact Name
Charlene Davies
Contact Position
Project Manager
The Comedy Trust Website

To sign up please get in touch via email, message us on our social media platforms @thecomedytrust or telephone quoting Feeling Funny Youth Comedy Club

Where to go

Quaker Meeting House
22, School Lane
L1 3BT

The group meet at reception at the Quaker Meeting House, Liverpool. Sessions typically take place in the George Fox Room on the third floor of the building. For accessibility information please get in touch with 

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Every first and third Wednesday of the month, 5 - 7pm.
Time of day

Other Details


Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
Free per Session
Due to funding support received from the Liverpool One Foundation and Garfield Weston Foundation the club is free to access until December 2022
Offering Tax Free Childcare.


Referral required
Other notes

Workshops are open to all young people aged 11 - 19 with an interest in comedy and the arts. All practitioners are DBS checked, safeguard trained and work a range of settings from PRU's to SEND schools and facilities. If you have any accessibility requirements please get in touch prior to attend to ensure we are able to accommodate. 

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