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Storming nights ahead at come!
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Lost in music - at come!
Last updated: 20 February 2004 1159 GMT
lineCome - Cheltenham's most talked about hard dance night is set for big things in 2004.

Check out the storming line-up planned for March.
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Come is now well-settled at Chemistry, and to many county clubbers it is one of Cheltenham' s finest clubbing venues.

The club's co-promoter Rebecca Dobson said: "We've got a 10k sound system throughout, balconies so that people can watch the dancefloor going crazy, lasers, three bars, special décor imported from Thailand and loads of chill-out areas if our clubbers want to rest their feet for a minute!"

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Not only that, but come is re-opening a second room, which is really like a club within a club, called The Playroom.

This room will feature a mix of funky house, breakbeat, club classics and uplifting trance.

Lizzie, come's resident DJ said, "The Playroom will give people a chance to sample some fresh new sounds in our up-for-it party atmosphere.

"We're really excited about our second room and can't wait to see it in action."

Headliners

And what of the uplifting hardhouse and trance room that come is famous for?

Well, for 2004, come have booked some of the biggest headliners Cheltenham has ever seen!

quoteWe've got a 10k sound system throughout, balconies so that people can watch the dancefloor going crazy, lasers, three bars, special décor imported from Thailand and loads of chill-out areas if our clubbers want to rest their feet for a minute! quote
Rebecca Dobson - come promoter

For their February event on Feb 27, Paul Glazby (head honcho at hardhouse label Vicious Circle and signed to Tidy Trax Management) will be playing.

This will be his first ever appearance in Cheltenham and his only confirmed date in Cheltenham for this year!

Then, in March, come is holding a special event for charity called come4charity with two headline DJs.

On March 26, not only is legendary hardhouse Trade DJ Ian M playing, but also JFK, (Passion, Godskitchen), who is renowned up and down the country for his pumping hard-edged trance sets and amazing presence behind the decks.

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Alan Yeates gets the crowd going

Lizzie said "We wanted to spoil our clubbers a little bit and give them a chance to see amazing headliners without having to travel out of Cheltenham...

"I can't believe I am playing next to some of the biggest DJs in the country - I can' t wait!"

For charity

All proceeds from come4charity will go to Greenpeace and The Born Free Foundation - so it's a great chance to go clubbing and do something positive for the world at the same time!

For more info check out www.comeclubbing.com

come @ Chemistry
Gibson House/St. James Sq Cheltenham, GL50 3QG
Fri Feb 27 Paul Glazby, hardhouse/hardtrance/nu-nrg
Lizzie Curious
Funky house
Fri March 26 Come4charity
DJ Ian M and DJ JFK with pumping hard-edged trance sets
Time: 9.30pm - 2am
Tickets: £3 B4 10pm, £5 after

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