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Benefit in Aid of Impact Arts
A comedy benefit with Impact Arts featuring five top comedians and a compere. Ticket sales go towards Impact Arts.
Billy Kirkwood's Pick of the Fringe
Can't be bothered schlepping east to see what's going down there? Why would you, when luscious-locked Kirkwood is quite literally bringing the best of the you-know-what to you. Enjoy.
Bruce Morton's Pick of the Fringe
Don't fret about braving the crowds and all that juggling, settle back with the terribly trustworthy Bruce Morton as he introduces a handpicked selection of Fringe acts.
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.
Daniel Sloss: Dark
The Scottish comedian, now all grown up, takes a darker turn with his new show.
Frankie Boyle: Work in Progress
A pretty special chance to catch The Boyle in a new work in progress show.
The Friday Show
Fridays are awesome. So is comedy. The Stand has considered both these things.
Fri 10 Jul
Fri 17 Jul
Fri 24 Jul
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.
Wed 8 Jul
Glenn Wool: Creator, I am but a Pawn
Canadian stand-up Glenn Wool presents his most recent material about his escapades around the world.
Imaan Hadchiti, Sameena Zehra and Lost Voice Guy
Imaan Hadchiti previews Imaan After my own Heart, Sameena Zehra gives us a taste of Homicidal Pacifist and Lost Voice Guy shares Disability for Dummies.
Wed 15 Jul
Joe Heenan's Pick of the Fringe
Dunno if you've heard, but there's something going on in Edinburgh, Luckily, the Stand have kidnapped some of the best comedians and forced them to perform for Glasgow's pleasure and amusement. Quite right too, why should Edinburgh have all the fun?
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 Pick of the Fringe
Your favourite Sunday Uncle has a line-up full of Fringe treats that've been tickling him this year.
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 12 Jul
Sun 19 Jul
Sun 26 Jul
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 14 Jul
Tue 21 Jul
Tue 28 Jul
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 11 Jul
Sat 18 Jul
Sat 25 Jul
So … That's How We Voted?
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'.
Susan Morrison's Pick of the Fringe
Don't worry about having to struggle through those crowds and all that juggling, just stay right where you are and let Susan introduce a smorgasbord of Fringe acts you ought to know about.
The Thursday Show
Kick off those brogues and start your weekend early, you cheeky scamps, with a full-on comedy bonanza at the Stand.