Paul Merton, Harry Hill and more to appear at Glasgow International Comedy Festival
- Brian Donaldson
- 20 February 2013
Jimmy Carr, Al Murray and Lucy Porter are some of the other famous faces attending
It’s the man who gave ad-libbing a half-decent name. Along with his Impro Chums, Mr Merton will be taking the daftest of audience suggestions and moulding them into precious gems of comedic gold. Just you watch.
King’s Theatre, Glasgow, Fri 15 Mar.
Tired of being very funny on the small screen, Harry is taking his big collars and massive talent back on the road for the first time in many a yonk. Brace yourselves people, it’s Sausage Time, so it is.
King’s Theatre, Glasgow, Fri 22 & Sat 23 Mar.
Not one for the hyperly sensitive, as the 8 Out of 10 Cats guy explodes a Gagging Order onto our laps. Heckling about tax arrangements is not a welcome addition to proceedings, OK?
Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow, Fri 22 & Sat 23 Mar.
The Pub Landlord has never been shy of the occasional terrible pun, so it should come as little surprise that he’s here as part of his The Only Way is Epic tour. But will you find yourself seated beside someone who is in on the irony or not in on the irony?
King’s Theatre, Glasgow, Sun 24 Mar.
The comedy pixie is back on the scene after spending a bit of time away to give birth. You could always tell from her very chatty style of stand-up, that she’d be a People Person.
The Stand, Glasgow, Tue 26 Mar.