The last Club was held in February due to the subsequent restrictions on live events, but it is set to return this October with some adjustments to fit with the current guidelines.
The first socially distanced Comedy Club will be on Saturday, October 17, and will allow people to book a table in groups of up to six people, with all tables socially distanced from each other, and full table service for drinks before and during the show.
The Cresset will be working with Off The Kerb, one of the country’s biggest comedy promoters.
A spokesperson said: "Off The Kerb productions is proud to bring some of the brightest and best talent on the comedy circuit to The Cresset as part of their season of socially distanced events.
"With over 35 years experience we pride ourselves on finding the best new comedians and some very funny household names. In these current times we really do need a laugh."
A few weeks ago The Cresset also announced another socially distanced event – An Evening with Kevin & Joanne Clifton - on November 14.
Penny Hansen, Head of Commercial Activities said: "We’re delighted to be able to host these events. Our Comedy Club has had such strong support from our audiences for so many years that it was important to us to try and bring it back. By moving to the main auditorium we can socially distance easily and people can enjoy a good night out safely.
"We’ve got other events in the pipeline too, and we know people are keen to know about our plans for Christmas so watch this space!"
For more information on how to book a ticket, click here.