Glasgow Comedy Festival

ENJOY THE LAST WEEK OF THE GICF!

 

ENJOY THE LAST WEEK OF THE GICF!

 

With only 5 full days of Glasgow International Comedy Festival left we're coming to the end of another cracking year.

 

Don't cry... there's still lots to see! 

 

 

It’s the last week of the Glasgow International Comedy Festival! But, don’t be sad, there are still tickets left for the following shows. 

 

Make sure to check out the website for details on all the shows! In the meantime, why don’t we share some of the ones we are excited about… 

 

 

Ardal O'Hanlon

King's Theatre: Wednesday 23 March, 7:30pm

 

 

Ardal O'Hanlon is an award winning comedian, actor and writer.

 

Ardal’s extensive TV acting credits include the forthcoming Sky comedy-drama After Hours; Cucumber; London Irish; Doctor Who; Skins; Val Falvey (RTE) – and of course, Father Ted andMy Hero.

 

TICKETS HERE

 

 

 

Jellybean MartinezThe Madness of Jellybean

Wild Cabaret: Wednesday 23 March, 8.15pm  

 

 

Brand new show from the star of 'BBC Scotland's Viva Variety' and the hit shows 'Britain's Got F*ck All Talent' and 'Mr Saturday Night TV', Jellybean Martinez is at a crossroads in his life and is trying to figure where he is going with his unique style of comedy. Watch as Jellybean goes through a transition through blood, sweat, music, dancing and drugs!

 

TICKETS HERE

 

 

 

Patrick MonahanThe Disco Years

The Stand Comedy Club: Wednesday 23 March, 8.30pm

 

 

The family’s favourite funnyman (and occasional disco dancer) is on tour across the UK with his brand new stand-up show!

 

As seen on ITV’s ‘Splash!’, ‘Fake Reaction’, 'Show Me The Funny' and ’Celebrity Squares’.

 

TICKETS HERE

 

 

 

Chris Ramsey: All Growed Up

Garage: Thursday 24 March, 8pm  

 

Critically acclaimed stand-up comedian, Celebrity Juice regular, star of BBC2’s Hebburn, and the man who once got pizza delivered to a moving train has extended his hit tour into Spring 2016!   

 

TICKETS HERE

 

 

 

Jo Neary Does Animals And Men

The Stand Comedy ClubFriday 25 March, 5.30pm

 

 

In this show, twenty characters (including men and an inanimate object) are given an exuberant life of their own, in which to voice their social commentary.

 

'Well written and, most importantly, funny.' (Guardian)

 

TICKETS HERE

 

 

Julia Sutherland is World’s Best Dad

Yesbar: Friday 25 March, 7.15pm

 

There's a lot to live up to as a 21st Century mum –  'having it all' isn't quite working out.  Not quite nailing it as a perfect, organic-baking, PTA-attending, yummy mummy - appearing at the school gate looking more like she's doing the walk of shame and cutting her son's hair with her bikini trimmer – Julia lurches from one ridiculous mumfail to the next.

 

TICKETS HERE

 

 

 

 

The Late Show

Blackfriars Basement: Friday 25th March, 11pm

 

From the people that bring you the sell-out Festival Club at the Stand, come and enjoy a top showcase of the best comedians from across the festival.

 

This show will showcase some fantastic up and coming American comedians! It’s set up to be a fantastic night!

 

Featuring Marlena Rodriguez, Sean Patton, Dave Hill and hosted by Scott Capurro.

 

TICKETS HERE

 

 

 

 

A Pizza Lunchtime Comedy

Yesbar: Friday 25th & Saturday 26 March, 1pm

 

£5 Show Only / £10 Show + Pizza

Come and enjoy some top laughs and amazing pizza at the festival’s longest running lunchtime show! Different line up daily!

 

TICKETS HERE

 

 

 

Brothers and Sisters… It's The Reverend Obadiah Steppenwolfe III

The Stand Comedy Club: Saturday 26 March, 5pm

 

 

The Reverend Obadiah is not your average holy man. Join your fellow sinners for this star-studded and hilarious chat show with a twist... NOT FOR THE EASILY OFFENDED!  

 

Featuring Fred MacAulay, Stu Who?, Bruce Morton and Parrot! 

 

TICKETS HERE 

 

 

 

 

America Stands Up

The Stand Comedy Club: Saturday 26 March, 7.30pm

 

 

Be the first to see some of the biggest stars from across the pond in our superb showcase of American comedy talent!

 

Featuring Marlena Rodriguez, Sean Patton, Dave Hill and hosted by Scott Capurro.

 

TICKETS HERE

 

 

 

Paul Merton's Impro Chums 

King's Theatre: Saturday 26 March, 7.30pm

 

 

Paul Merton and his highly acclaimed Impro Chums are wonders of nature. Impro Chums take audience suggestions and create cascades of fantastic tumbling laughter. Most of the time. Featuring Paul MertonSuki WebsterRichard Vranch and Niall Ashdown.

 

TICKETS HERE

 

 

 

Rob Beckett 

Mouth of the South

Garage: Saturday 26 March, 8pm

 

Beckett's back with a brand-new hour of funnies and he's taking on the big issues like Kit Kats and flatbread!  

 

Star of BBC1's Live at the Apollo, BBC2's Mock the Week & Channel 4's 8 out of 10 Cats.

 

TICKETS HERE

 

 


THE GRIFFIN 

 

The Griffin is a great place to see some fantastic up and coming comedians! This year the line-up has been exceptional! If you feel like you have missed out on seeing some top shows here, never fear! There are still loads of great performances still to come. These are just some of the many!

 

Richard Brown: “Stop, Children, What’s that Sound? Everybody, Look, It’s Richard Brown!
Wednesday 23rd March, 8pm, £4/3
http://www.glasgowcomedyfestival.com/shows/1229

Paul McDaniel: WOOP WOOP It’s da Sound of that Pauly
Wednesday 23rd March, 9 30pm, £2
http://www.glasgowcomedyfestival.com/shows/1214

BMR: Spectaular
Friday 25th March, 8pm, £4/3
http://www.glasgowcomedyfestival.com/shows/1221

Chunks: Ms CHUNKSiverse 2016
Sunday 27th March, 9 30pm (Free)
http://www.glasgowcomedyfestival.com/shows/1206

THE HUG & PINT 

Make sure to head to the Hug and Pint for some fantastic shows before the festival ends!

To name but a few of the line-up:

Chris Forbes: Tall Needy Mutant
Thursday 24th March, 10pm
£8
http://www.glasgowcomedyfestival.com/shows/1475

Late Night at the Hug and Pint
Friday 25th and Saturday 26th March, 10pm
£8/6
http://www.glasgowcomedyfestival.com/shows/1300

Andrew Learmonth: Nae Pals
Sunday 27th March, 8 30pm
£5/4
http://www.glasgowcomedyfestival.com/shows/1351

To check out the full list, head to glasgowcomedyfestival.com