Comedy Hitlist

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Comedy Hitlist

Mark Nelson

Scott Agnew
Two more days left til the current Scottish Comedian of the Year abdicates his crown. See him fling off those mental chains with Emancipation.
Blackfriars, Glasgow, Fri 25 Sep.

Daliso Chaponda
After a thunderously successful Fringe, Chaponda tries his act out on the good people of Glasgow.
Jongleurs, Glasgow, Fri 25 & Sat 26 Sep.

Mark Nelson
You’re guaranteed some filth and fury with another accomplished set of sardonic sauce from the inaugural SCotY winner.
Tron Theatre, Glasgow, Fri 25 Sep.

Scottish Comedian of the Year Grand Final
And so who will follow in the hallowed footsteps of messrs Agnew and Nelson? Des Clarke hosts this scary but ever increasingly prestigious evening.
The Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow, Sun 27 Sep.

Iain Heggie
The acclaimed playwright and DiScOmBoBuLaTe regular brings us monologues and songs. Yes, songs.
Tron Theatre, Glasgow, Tue 29 Sep–Sat 3 Oct.

Billy Connolly
Heeeeeeeere’s the Big Yin.
SECC, Glasgow, Thu 1 Oct.

Stand Up For Myeloma
Fred MacAulay and Miles Jupp are among those showing us their compassionate side in this night for charity.
The Jam House, Edinburgh, Sun 4 Oct.

Billy Connolly: High Horse

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

Scottish Comedian of the Year Grand Final

10 Scottish stand-ups compete for the crown.

Iain Heggie: Wide Asleep

Monologues and comedy songs about a whole host of oddball characters.

Jongleurs Comedy Club

Four more top comedians show you lot how it's done in a beautifully varied line-up: Sean Percival, Paul Kerensa, Daliso Chaponda and Brian Higgins. Dinnae forget the dancing afterwards.

Jongleurs Comedy Club

A selection of start times this weekend gives you a few opportunities to see the line-up of Jongleurs' favourites: Martin Bigpig, Daliso Chaponda, Roger Monkhouse and Raymond Mearns.

Stand Up for Myeloma

Have a laugh while supporting the fight against bone marrow myeloma in the company of Fred Macauley, Miles Jupp, John Gavin and other fabulous souls. You'll feel champion afterwards what with the niceness and funnies and everything.

Mark Nelson

Strap yourselves in as Mark Nelson unleashes his show 'No Title, Just Jokes'. The easily offended will hate it. Everyone else will love it. 'Part of the Merchant City Festival'.

Scott Agnew

After selling out for most of the Festival, Agnew returns to home turf with his show 'Emancipation'. 'Part of the Merchant City Festival'.

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