Nige

Keith Carter began his stand up career in Liverpool¹s Orgasmic Comedy Club after half a bottle of gin, three pints of bitter and a packet of crisps
(flavour unknown). He was booed off but returned a week later with the novel idea of telling some jokes and he found that the audience preferred this to
the stream of abuse that he had used the previous week. He then discovered that audiences liked his gags better when told by someone else which led him
to... Nige.

Nige may look like any ordinary scally (skaeli - n. Informal a scamp; rascal) but beneath his shell-suit lies a wealth of intelligent, if slightly
odd, gags and stories. Watch open mouthed as he explains how superheroes should make their money, hold back a tear as he explains his father¹s
drug-related death ( a box of Lemsips fell on him) and reel back with amazement as he travel through time before your very eyes.

As well as being a character comedian Keith is a talented comic actor, a freelance writer for Radio 2 and 4 and a writer for theatre and other comics.

Keith Carter, remember that name. He may need some help with it.

What the papers say

³The man, the myth, the scally² - THE BUZZ

³an impressive act and one that has the depth and the potential to run and
run.² - CHORTLE : FEB 2002

Where has he been?

Kill for a Seat (Sunderland, Manchester, Tyne and Wear and Yorkshire); Frog
and Bucket, The Buzz (Manchester); Gilded Balloon (Edinburgh); Alexanders
(Chester) and of course Rawhide Comedy Club (Liverpool).
He has also been a runner up in the Daily Telegraph Open Mic Awards, The
BBC¹s New Comedy Awards and Channel 4¹s ³So You Think You¹re Funny².

TV and Radio Credits

David Copperfield (BBC); Jake¹s Progress (Channel 4); Kuschkow (ITV) as well
as appearing in Brookside, Hollyoakes and The 51st State.