Glasgow Comedy Festival

Burns Night Gala

Popped down to London, didn't we? A fantastic time was had by all at our Burns Night Comedy Gala - many thanks to our friends at Leicester Square Theatre for having us!

Check out a few photos below, and if you want to make yourself jealous just look at this running order:

Is that a line-up or is that a line-up?? Answer: that IS a line-up.

 

The comedians Eleanor Morton and Mark Nelson give the impression they are pleased to be pictured together

 

Top quality networking

 

Eleanor Morton did this all night

 

Tommy Sheppard addresses our reception - also pictured, the mysterious Twin Peaks style doorway behind which comedians forage for seeds and huddle together for warmth when not on stage.

Much like vampires the gig itself was too funny to be caught on film, but our fantastic Gala acts will be appearing at the Glasgow International Comedy Festival throughout March:

Rob Deering brings his show Musicface to the Stand Comedy Club (book tickets)
Also at the Stand, the unbeatably titled Simon Munnery Sings Søren Kierkegaard (book tickets)
Richard Herring is the Lord of the Dance Settee at the Stand Comedy Club (book tickets)
Janey Godley presents Honest To Godley at Oran Mor (book tickets)
Eleanor Morton is at Blackfriars Basement forLollipop And Then Another Bit (book tickets)
Also at Blackfriars, Richard Gadd is Breaking Gadd (book tickets)
Mark Nelson is Older Than Jesus at the Stand Comedy Club (book tickets)
And It's A Good Day To Damo with Damian Clark at the State Bar (book tickets)

Stewart Lee is at the Clyde Auditorium for A Room With A Stew (book tickets)

Rob Deering brings his show Musicface to the Stand Comedy Club (book tickets)

Also at the Stand, the unbeatably titled Simon Munnery Sings Søren Kierkegaard (book tickets)

Richard Herring is the Lord of the Dance Settee at the Stand Comedy Club (book tickets)

Janey Godley presents Honest To Godley at Oran Mor (book tickets)

Eleanor Morton is at Blackfriars Basement for Lollipop And Then Another Bit (book tickets)

Also at Blackfriars, Richard Gadd is Breaking Gadd (book tickets)

Mark Nelson is Older Than Jesus at the Stand Comedy Club (book tickets)

And It's A Good Day To Damo with Damian Clark at the State Bar (book tickets)