Rawhide Comedy Club Reviews
Description:Life Cafe, 1a Bold Street, Liverpool, L1 4DJ. Tel: 0151 707 2333/0151 256 5555.
Newest Review: ... him he was rubbish, but he then made jokes about the people to make up for it. The third act was rather amazing, he used a musical instrument and sang alot of his crude jokes. He had the WHOLE audience in hysterics. After all the acts had been on the ampere came back on to thank the audience and the acts. Overall, we all had a really good time at the Rawhide Comedy Club and shared alot of ... more
Customer Rawhide Comedy Club Reviews (3)
by - written on 25/02/10 (Very useful, 171 readings)
Me and my friends went here one night to celebrate a birthday before heading to Liverpool town centre. We paid £25.00 each to include the show and a dinner. £15.00 for the show and £10.00 for the dinner. For the dinner, we got a good choice of food actually. I remember having the steak and there were different choices of foods such as pastas, steaks, chicken and salads. The size of the meal was quite big, but most importantly, it didnt taste microwaved and tasted like it was actually cooked. Good food. The food came before the show which was good as me and my friends would have probably have been really really hungry had it have been given to us ... Read the complete review
by suzieblue - written on 20/07/08
Fantastic night out whether it be with family, a group of friends or a partner. I have seen some amazingly funny comics and cannot wait until my next visit. Rawhide comedy club offers a great atmosphere with a good mix of some of the best comedians I have seen for a very reasonable price. Definately a MUST for every comedy lover! Tell your friends!!!
by - written on 05/10/00, updated on 17/10/00 (Useful, 195 readings)
At the risk of sounding biased I am shocked that nobody has written a review of comedy in Liverpool. Having been a student in the city for 5 years I visited loads of comedy shows around the city. I have to mention Uncle Piehead's Comedy Parlour at the students Union which is primarily for students and features mainly rising acts on the comedy ladder, you can catch some absolute gems there. I saw the likes of Stewart Lee, Ed Byrne, Al Murray, Peter Kay and for the princely sum of £3 (in those days, probably £4 now). But as a comedy lover I moved else where to watch the bigger name stars, Frank Skinner at the Empire, David Baddiel at the Philamonic Hall, Junior Simpson Read the complete review
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