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Bank Holiday Special
Celebrate the bank holiday with a line-up of comedians who, luckily for you, don't get to take the day off.
Sun 3 May
BBC Comedy Presents
See the rising stars of comedy before they get too big for their boots at this night of comedy shows in development. If you've got an idea for a script and want your material performed, email email@example.com.
Benefit for Cosgrove Care
A night of comedy in aid of Cosgrove Care, a charity specialising in providing care for people with learning disabilities, autistic spectrum disorders and mental health issues.
Bright Club: Glasgow
Bright Club features its usual intoxicating blend of comedy and academia as lecturers from the city's universities turn their studies into entertaining stories.
Comedian Rap Battle
Are you bored with hip hop scene bores moaning on about their fast cars and beautiful women? The Wee Man aims to solve all this by bringing a Scottish slant to the genre and pitting the country's best comedians against its best rappers. Game on.
Comedy Benefit in aid of RNIB Scotland
A line-up of comedians making you laugh and raising funds for RNIB.
Daniel Sloss: Dark
The Scottish comedian, now all grown up, takes a darker turn with his new show.
Daniel Sloss: Really?!
The young stand-up, who had his own TV show and three sell-out Fringes before he started shaving, now somewhat older, but still as funny. Ages 16+.
Dirty Paki Lingerie
Six Pakistani-American Muslim women stand up to stereotypes about sex, politics and everything in between.
Foil, Arms and Hog
Surreal and energetic sketch comedy and stand-up from the Irish trio comprising Sean Finegan, Conor Mc Kenna and Sean Flanagan.
The Friday Show
Fridays are awesome. So is comedy. The Stand has considered both these things.
Fri 1 May
Fri 8 May
Fri 15 May
Gary Little: The Thing Is
Little talks death, love and dying hair in his new show.
Glasgow Kids Comedy Club
Live comedy for younger fans, particularly those aged 8–12. Every month a selection of comedians tweaks their material for the toughest audience on the planet. No under 5s; all kids must be accompanied by an adult.
Sun 3 May
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.
Joe Lycett: That's The Way, A-Ha A-Ha, Joe Lycett
Lycett's latest show is all about the ability to be a wee bit useless in life while trying to figure out what it's all about. He talks about his home town (Birmingham, doncha know?) and about the time he met Kim Kardashian, which is bound to be an interesting story if nothing else.
Michael Redmond's Sunday Service
Redmond returns with his brand of lo-fi comedy to ease your weekend to a chilled close and prepare you spiritually and mentally for work tomorrow.
Sun 26 Apr
Sun 10 May
Sun 17 May
Midweek Comedy Cabaret
Let The Stand help you over the midweek bump with four comedians for four pounds. That's a bargain you just can't ignore.
Weekly beginners' showcase where the bright young things of Scotland's comedy circuit strut their stuff for an entirely reasonable two whole pounds. The occasional seasoned act drops by to try out new material, so it's a bit of a win/win really.
Tue 5 May
Tue 12 May
The Saturday Show
Saturday night in Glasgow, and The Stand has crammed some more top acts onto a stage for you. Get in early, as it sells out every time.
Sat 2 May
Sat 9 May
Sat 16 May
So … That Was June?
Satirical comedy for a radical Scotland featuring stand-up, chat and comment from Mark Nelson, Vladimir McTavish and Keir McAllister.
So … That's What We Voted For?
Scotland's radical comedy trio – Mark Nelson, Vladimir McTavish and Keir McAllister – take a look back at the General Election and discuss – for better or worse – 'so that's what we voted for'.
So … We've Got an Election
Mark Nelson, Vladimir McTavish and Keir McAllister present satirical comedy for a radical Scotland in the run up to the General Election.
The Thursday Show
Kick off those brogues and start your weekend early, you cheeky scamps, with a full-on comedy bonanza at the Stand.
Thu 30 Apr
Thu 7 May
Thu 14 May
Zoe Lyons: Mustard Cutter
Award-winning Zoe is back with a brand new hour of comedy which takes a sly look at life before dissecting it with razor-sharp wit. This time she's looking at snobbery in the 21st century and how we're all guilty of it.