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Samhuinn Fire Festival

Hosted by Beltane Fire Society, the Samhuinn Fire Festival celebrates the Celtic New Year, marking the end of summer and welcoming the onset of winter. It takes the form of a stunning torchlit procession down the Royal Mile, with acrobatics, fireworks, beautiful costumes and breathtaking performances, all set to the…

Royal Mile, Edinburgh

Fri 31 Oct

Free (donations welcome)

Billy Connolly: High Horse

The Big Yin of Scottish stand-up takes a break from all that globe-trotting and acting for a Scottish stand-up tour. A rare chance to see live what made him famous. Connolly's talent for spinning a great yarn began back in his 1960s folkie days, when his sets veered off from music to storytelling. Since then, he's…

SECC, Glasgow

Fri 31 Oct

Clyde Auditorium

£28–£30 / 0141 248 3000

Chris Ramsey: The Most Dangerous Man on Saturday Morning Television

Upbeat anecdotes, feelgood humour and witty observations inspired by being removed from the Soccer AM sofa for saying a naughty word.

Norwich Playhouse

Fri 31 Oct

£16.50 / 01603 598598

Pressure

More techno action from Slam featuring some big-name guests.

The Arches, Glasgow

Fri 31 Oct

£16–£20 / 0141 565 1000

Halloween Special with Dave Clarke, Boddika, Agoria, Karotte & Silicone Soul. Slam launch album Reverse Proceed.

  • 22:00 – 03:00 Pressure The Arches, Glasgow

Lee Mack: Hit the Road Mack

Sharp one-liners and high energy banter from the BAFTA award-winning comic and star of Not Going Out and Would I Lie to You.

King's Theatre, Glasgow

Fri 31 Oct

£28.50–£43.50 / 0844 871 7648

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Cardinal Sinne

There's to be a new Pope, and the Cardinal needs to journey to the Vatican for the election, but a journalist stalls his trip by asking questions about the past.

Tron Theatre, Glasgow

Fri 31 Oct

£10 (£8) / 0141 552 4267

Part of Glasgay!.

Fly

Night of house, dubstep, garage and UK funky from a selection of Edinburgh DJs.

Cabaret Voltaire, Edinburgh

Fri 31 Oct

£5–£7 / 0131 247 4704

  • 23:00 Fly Cabaret Voltaire, Edinburgh

Bridget Christie: An Ungrateful Woman

  • 4 stars

Offbeat humour from the 2013 Foster's Comedy Award winner.

The Y, Leicester

Fri 31 Oct

£14 (£12) / 0116 255 7066

James Acaster: Recognise

  • 3 stars

Whimsical stand-up.

Soho Theatre, London W1D

Fri 31 Oct

Downstairs

£16.50–£19.25 / 020 7478 0100

Richard Herring: We're All Going To Die

Sharp and intelligent satire about the inevitability of death from the creator of the As It Occurs To Me podcast and Stewart Lee's former comedy partner.

The Dukes, Lancaster

Fri 31 Oct

£15 / 01524 598 500

Symphony

Theatre meets live gig as three of the UK's hottest young writers – Ella Hickson, Nick Payne and Tom Wells – collaborate with award-winning new writing company nabokov to present an eclectic mix of stories told through live music and spoken word.

Birmingham Repertory Theatre

Fri 31 Oct

The Door

£12 (£9) / 0121 236 4455

  • 20:00 Symphony Birmingham Repertory Theatre