Paul Sinha returns to Hot Water in Liverpool with his latest solo show, direct from this year’s Edinburgh Festival. In his 2015 Edinburgh Fringe show, the stand-up comedian and doyen of daytime, weaved an intricate tale of happiness based on a combination of doing the two jobs he loved, enjoying parental approval, and, actually being in a proper, grown-up, long-term relationship. The day after he returned home from Edinburgh, the illusion of happiness was shattered. Was this the end? The beginning of the end? Or the end of a beginning?
‘Life will bring him crashing down to earth soon enough. And that really ought to sustain his densely funny and accomplished comedy.’ Scotsman
‘One of those comedians who makes you realise the power of stand-up comedy and the respect it deserves as an art form.’ Yorkshire Post
‘This is what a good stand-up should be. Hilariously funny, passionate and articulate.’ Chortle
Paul has written and performed his own series on Radio 4, is a frequent guest on Radio 5 Live’s Fighting Talk and is the Chaser, known as The Sinnerman, on ITV’s The Chase.
Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee, Rose D’Or Radio Comedy Award winner, Chortle Best Club Comic winner
Hot Water Comedy Club offer a certain number of Concession tickets for most shows.
Senior citizens (60 and over), Students (library card accepted), NHS Staff, Teachers, Armed Forces, Services (Polic, Fire & ambulance), Registered Disabled (with free entry for one carer) all qualify for our concession discount.
If purchasing concession tickets, please ensure that the persons the tickets are intended for, meet the correct criteria, and brings proof of eligibility to show at the booking desk on arrival. You will need a separate proof of concession for each individual concession ticket.
If a concession ticket is purchased, and no ID shown on arrival, then you will be asked to pay the difference to make your ticket a normal priced one.
Terms & Conditions
If your party has members with a disability, then you can bring along a registered carer for free.
Only one registered carer receives free entry, per disabled person in attendance.
Valid ID must be shown for each carer in attendance.