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Monday 5th January 2004
Rawhide Line Up 2004
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Keith Carter as 'Nige'
Rawhide Comedy Club is kicking off 2004 by offering the city's comedy fans twice as many laughs as before.
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The new season sees a return to familiar surroundings for Rawhide; extra shows are being held at The Cotton Club beneath Prohibition on Bold Street, formerly Life Café - the home of Rawhide from 1998 till 2000.

The new shows will run alongside the current show in Baby Blue, allowing the club to showcase two headline quality acts from Liverpool and around the world.

Noel Britten kicks off the new season on January 9 and 10 bringing his impish sense of humour and sharp one-liners with him to blow away those new-year cobwebs.

Tony Burgess supports him at Baby Blue before being whisked away to headline Rawhide's Cotton Club debut.

No Rawhide season would be complete without a generous helping of Scouse talent, 2004 is no different.

Local talent includes Chris Cairns, fresh from winning Liverpool Comedian of the Year continues his regular spot as compere.

Steve Gribben brings savage satire and a guitar all the way from Waterloo on January 16 and 17.

A typically strong international line-up features Australian's Steve Hughes and Jim Jeffries, American Perrier nominee Reginald D Hunter and Canadian Phil Nichol.

For full listings and ticket info see the Rawhide Website, www.rawhidecomedy.com

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