Glasgow Comedy Festival

Twelve Days of Christmas: Day Five

For the fifth day of Christmas, my pal gave to me...

Free/Pay What You Want Comedy

Allsorts Cabaret, Sister Petra's Sunday School, Dementia Friendly Comedy, Edy Hurst and John Aggasild. 

 

Want to avoid pointless gifts which will just gather dust? Give someone a laugh this Christmas!

We're putting together a festive guide to shows perfect for a unique gift or stocking filler. Each day will focus on a different genre to inspire your present giving!


Allsorts Cabaret at Katie's Bar is an experimental show which encourages new and diverse acts. A unique evening hosted by dynamic duo Markee de Saw and Innocence Bliss, you're sure to catch local and UK-wide talent from all genres of the arts.

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Sunday School with Sister Petra brings you comedy, poetry, music and cabaret guaranteed to make you smile. One of the city's most popular weekly open mic nights, there will be a veritable feast of the best comedy acts to have performed at the venue.

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Glasgow's Golden Generation is holding its first ever dementia friendly comedy show. The event is free but ticketed, and anyone living with or affected by demetia, including carers, is invited to come along. Host Paul McDaniel will introduce a line-up of acts who will perform short sets which are sure to get you laughing!

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Edy Hurst's Comedy Version of Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of H.G. Well's Literary Version (Via Orson Welles' Radio Version and Steven Spielberg's Film Version) of War of the World's. What more do you need than the title? Coming to The Stand Comedy Club.

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Join plainclothes alternative comedian John Aggasild at The State Bar for his annual show where he develops new material - this is your opportunity to say 'I saw that first!'.

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