Hitlist: Comedy

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Hitlist: Comedy

Billy Connolly
The legend that is the Big Yin drops by to do a sold-out tour taking in several dates in the capital before doing his thing in Glasgow come October. He once did a joke about jojoba sounding a bit like October. Brilliant, it was.
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Thu 17–Sun 20, Tue 22 & Wed 23 Sep.

Electric Tales
The thin line between comedy and storytelling is thoroughly moved around with this new night starring Stu & Garry, Siân Bevan and Lari Don.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh, Tue 15 Sep.

Improv Wars

Everyone loves a good of adlibby improv and the likes of Stu Murphy, Chris Forbes and Billy Kirkwood will be giving it their all here.
The Stand, Glasgow, Mon 21 Sep.

Dave Gorman
The innovative Stafford chap literally gets off his bike to deliver tales of his current journey across the UK.
Pavilion Theatre, Glasgow, Mon 21 Sep.

Kevin Bridges
With a Fringe Best Newcomer nomination under his belt, the Clydebank comic helps launch the Merchant City celebrations in fine style.
The Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow, Thu 24 Sep.

Kevin Bridges

The beautifully talented Kevin Bridges takes a couple of hours to show why he's one of the most talked about Scottish circuit acts of recent years. 'Part of the Merchant City Festival'.

Dave Gorman: Sit Down, Pedal, Pedal, Stop and Stand Up

Dave Gorman stops off to delight you with his charmingly odd speculations as he cycles from the southernmost point in Britain to the easternmost, to the westernmost, to the northernmost. He's cycling for 32 days and doing a gig every night of the trip. Phew.

Dave Gorman: Sit Down, Pedal, Pedal, Stop and Stand Up

Following the success of his 33-date national tour where he cycled from venue to venue, Dave Gorman is continuing with the venture - except he's dropped the cycling part, the lazy lump. At least this time he'll be able to concentrate his attention on making you laugh, as opposed to blisters and the soreness of his saddle.

Billy Connolly: High Horse

A rare chance to see live stand-up comedy from the Big Yin.

Monday Night Improv Wars

It's a fight to the death (or until one of them needs a sit down) between improv experts Garry Dobson, Stu Murphy and official 'Improv Warlord' Billy Kirkwood.

Dave Gorman: Sit Down, Pedal, Pedal, Stop and Stand Up

Dave Gorman stops off to delight you with his charmingly odd speculations as he cycles from the southernmost point in Britain to the easternmost, to the westernmost, to the northernmost. He's cycling for 32 days and doing a gig every night of the trip. Phew.

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