RHYL'S very own comedy club “run by comedians, for comedians” will celebrate its second birthday with an all-female line up.

Rhyl Comedy Club turns two at the Little Theatre this Friday, March 1 with an all female line up.

Established in 2017 by Nia Lloyd Williams and Sarah Lloyd, a married couple from Denbigh and aspiring Stand Up Comedians, who had been on the circuit for some months before they realised that there were very few if any opportunities for standups in the area to perform to an audience.

Having visited the Rhyl Little Theatre enquiries were made with the venue and with the support of Gwynn Williams Theatre Manager and Andy Virgo technical support and other volunteers the Rhyl Comedy Club was born.

Since that day, Rhyl Comedy Club has developed into a cherished stop on the circuit, with the nights booked up with comedians from all over the country months in advance.

Lloyd said: ““Rhyl Comedy Club is run by comedians for comedians”

Taking a slightly different approach to other established comedy nights on the coast, the format sees eight comedians and an MC take to the stage to inundate Rhyl audiences with rib ticklers.

This Friday night event’s all female line-up will see Liverpool comic Gemma Roberts take up MC duties.

Relative newcomer Roberts has been honing her relatable style and funny stories about our everyday life with gigs up and down the country - which have also earned her a quarter finalist spot at the Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year 2017, the Gregson’s Comedy Club New Comedian of the Year in 2018 and another quarter final in the prestigious Amused Moose New Comedian of the Year 2019.

Joining Roberts on stage will be Anna Thomas, Lesley Kershaw, Heather Price, Ellie Pollard, Rachel Gigg, Scarlett Dobson and Amy Vreeke.

Doors open at 7.30pm, entry is by donation with the proceeds shared between the acts and the venue.