Fringe Preview Double Bill - Jay Lafferty & Liam Withnail
See a fantastic new Fringe show before anyone else without even having to leave Glasgow!
‘Engages her audience with such playfulness and genuine curiosity we have no choice but to cling to her every word.' ★★★★★ EdFest Magazine
'warm, wise, witty and occasionally waspish' ★★★★ Scotsman
‘beautifully observed, delightfully written' ★★★★★ One4Review
2018 was a bumper year for Jay Lafferty nominated for both Best Compere at The Scottish Comedy Awards and Best Comedy Show by Broadway World for her Edinburgh Fringe 2018 show 'Wheesht!'. Lafferty performed in Reykjavik's stunning Harpa Concert Hall as part of the very first Icelandic comedy festival 'Scotch on Ice', appeared on BBC2's satirical panel show 'Breaking The News' and took to the stage at the iconic Kings Theatre Glasgow to perform for over 1000 people. To be honest she's not really sure how to follow it all up - the pressure is on, lets see if she cracks!
Brand new hour of thoughtful and hilarious stand up from the celebrated comic. Three weeks in Japan with his wife - what could go wrong?
Nominated Best Comedy Show 2018 Edinburgh Fringe. (Amused Moose) Winner 2018 Scottish Comedy Award. Finalist English and Scottish Comedian of The Year.
Praise for Liam Withnail:
'One of the most complete and affirming shows I've seen this year.' ★★★★★ Edinburgh Festivals Magazine
'Slick, fast-paced banter' ★★★★ Skinny
'Comedy at its Best' Wow247
'Fantastic writing… an important story, told with humour, humility and style.' Scotsman
Duration: 120minutes | Show ends: 10.30pm approx.| Age Guidance: 18+ | Bar: From when doors open and after the show | Food Service: Weekend toasties and bar snacks available
Ticket Purchase Terms and Conditions
Text supplied by third party.
We have no details of upcoming performances, if you do please let us know.
Reviews & features
The best Edinburgh Fringe Preview shows to see in the UK in 201913 May 2019
Not heading to Edinburgh in August? See some of the best shows before everyone else
The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is set to transform the Scottish capital into a month long atmospheric and, rather amused city once again this August. Not everybody can make it for the festival but rest assured, before the festival hits almost every…