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Crapbattles (Comedy Rap Battles) At Hot Water Comedy Club 9th April

Want to know what happens when comedians and rap battles collide?

Back for the 3rd time after 2 amazing shows in Liverpool, the 2nd having over 120 people in attendance Crapbattles returns to the home of Liverpool comedy at Hot Water Comedy Club on Thursday 9th April 2015.

This event sees resident host Tony Carroll (MC Teatime) up against the very experienced GDoubleE who has battled many times in some of the biggest rap battle leagues in the UK. Adam Rowe also returns after taking a loss at the last event and comes up against Daniel Dickinson who battles for the first time. We have a grudge match between Steve Valentino & Sam Danson who have been exchanging #Craptalk calling each other out on YouTube videos over the past few weeks and closing the show we have the highly anticipated battle between Nick Banks & Tim Strange.

Paul Blair says “This is set to be our best event yet with some great battles lined up. We are also changing the format up a bit by moving the stage to the centre to create that explosive atmosphere that you see in some of the major UK battle leagues and we will be filming all battles close up for our growing online fanbase to get closer to the action”

Comedians take the stage against one another to battle it out verbally with personal written rhymes about each other. Each comedian gets 3 x 1-minute+ rounds to impress the audience on the night with the final winner decided by an online vote. All battle videos from our last event can be found on their website & YouTube page.

The next event will be held at Hot Water Comedy Club in The Holiday Inn, Lime Street on Thursday 9th January 2015 where up to 5 battles will take place along with resident host Tony Carroll. Doors open at 7:00pm, show starts at 8:00pm and tickets are available from for £5 /£3.


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