Glasgow Comedy Festival


Scott Agnew
Until The Council Get A Complaint About The Smell (WIP)

Blackfriars Basement
Thursday 19 March


Update: Unfortunately this event has been cancelled due to unforseen circumstances. All tickets will be refunded.

A new show for 2020. Guest on BBC's Comedy Underground and Breaking The News.

Winner of Best Show 2017 and nominated Best Headliner 2018 Scottish Comedy Awards.

Winner Scottish Comedian of the Year 2008.

‘Rudely, hysterically funny. This is autobiographical, explicit comedy at its pinnacle.’ ***** Chortle, 2016.

‘A comedic thrill ride.’ **** The Scotsman, 2016.

‘He’s 6’5’, burly, boozy… hardboiled Glaswegian comedy…his confessional honesty marks him out from 99.9% of other fringe comedians. An electric experience.’ Guardian, 2010.

‘Agnew is more than a gay comedian, he is a gay community comedian. He has roots, substance, and he knows where he belongs. Few can articulate that so entertainingly and with such charm.’ ***** BroadwayBaby, 2012

‘Easily one of the most polished and funny stand-up shows I’ve seen in years. I genuinely did not want Agnew to get off the stage. I don’t doubt it will be one of the best comic performances of any up coming venue.’ *****, 2019

‘No one has anecdotes quite like Scott Agnew. His stories of bizarre, drug fuelled sexual excess make Russell Brand look like In The Night Garden. Like a Dave Allen for the Grindr era, a shockingly entertaining and eye opening show.’ **** Chortle, 2017

‘Master storyteller, with broad appeal, the jokes fit like a glove. A lot of circuit gay material focuses on easy stereotypes but that pitfall was dodged with gymnastic precision. This is a wet dream come true and truly unmissable.’ **** Chortle, 2012

‘Depraved and hilarious.’ **** The Skinny, 2016

‘Unpredictable, extremely personal and passionate show.’ **** The List, 2016

Winner of Icon Entertainer of The Year 2017 and Attitude magazines 84th Most Eligible Gay Bachelor In The World 2017. Also supported some of the biggest names in the business including Jim Jeffries, Kevin Bridges and Dylan Moran