Glasgow Comedy Festival

SOMETHING A BIT DIFFERENT AT THE GLASGOW LIVE INTERNATIONAL COMEDY FESTIVAL THIS MARCH!

Whilst we all love stand-up, that's not all we're about! With everything from spoken word, to theatre and film, there's something for everyone this March.

Grosvenor Cinema 

 

As part of this year’s festival Grosvenor Cinema will be screening the films of Taika Waititi throughout March.

 

 

Taika Wiatiti is one of the most exciting voices currently working in comedy; from Flight of the Conchords to Hunt for the Wilderpeople, his work has moments of touching emotion as well as uproarious laughter.

 

Eagle vs Shark (15)
Grosvenor Cinema
Monday 13 March, 7pm

 

Boy (n/c 15+)
Grosvenor Cinema
Wednesday 15 March, 7pm

 

What We Do In The Shadows (15)
Grosvenor Cinema
Friday 17 March, 11.30pm

 

Hunt For The Wilderpeople (12A)
Grosvenor Cinema
Monday 20 March, 7pm

 

TICKETS HERE! 

 

 

Reduced Shakespeare Company

 

King's Theatre

Thursday 23 March, 7.30pm

 

 

Acclaimed stars of the West End stage, the Reduced Shakespeare Company, are back with another barnstormingly irreverent and breathtakingly hilarious celebration of our cultural heritage – as seen through the eyes of three Americans wearing trainers.

 

TICKETS HERE! 

 

 

Derek McLuckie
A Jealous Lassie’s Karma

 

Liberté
Saturday 18 March, 9.45pm

 

 

'A Jealous Lassie’s Karma' is a collection of mad cap poems, songs, skits and socio-political observations, all performed with linguistic relish, by the ‘terrifically energetic' Derek McLuckie.

 

TICKETS HERE! 

 

 

God of Carnage 

 

Tron Theatre 

Thursday 9 - Saturday 25 March, 7.45pm (+ Sat 18 Matinee, 2.30pm)

 

 

God Of Carnage is a brutally entertaining and stingingly comic character study of middle class pretence and savage parental instinct.

 

Winner of the Tony Award for 'Best New Play' and Olivier Award for 'Best Comedy (2009)'.

 

TICKETS HERE! 

 

 

Scottish Falsetto Socks Do Shakespeare

 

Dram!

Wednesday 15 March & Thursday 16 March 8pm

 

 

Earth's funniest footwear return with their hit show of songs, sketches, socks & violence, taking on The Bard Of Avon himself. Howl at their Hamlet, roar at their Romeo & Juliet, and peer into their Coriolanus. 

 

TICKETS HERE!