Comedy in Glasgow

Glaswegians are renowned for their sense of humour so it’s no surprise that the city has a year-round calendar of comedy events. The International Comedy Festival each Spring is the largest event of its kind in Europe and The Stand Comedy Club in the West End runs live stand-up shows every night of the week.

Jess Robinson: No Filter

Òran Mór

Multi-award-winning Jess Robinson is back with a new show! With more spot-on celebrity impressi …

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Burst!

Comedian Tattoo Studio

A stand up show about drinking alcohol! …

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Chrissy Ross: Hesitation Remarks

Websters Theatre

Glaswegian Chrissy unleashes his debut solo comedy show, with his misadventures in life being h …

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Scott Gibson: White Noise

Saint Luke's

Award-winning comedian Scott Gibson debuts his brand-new show White Noise. ‘Irvine Welsh meet …

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The Pensioner and The Paddy: Who wet me troooousers?

The Iron Horse

Returning for their third year, a ‘top of the morning’ Irishman and a ‘tell it as it is …

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Ed Patrick: Work in Progress

Mango

Ed Patrick, NHS junior doctor and comedian, returns to WMGICF with a new show in the crafting. …

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The Kinkyfish Improv Jam

The Flying Duck

The KinkyFish players host an exciting and inviting night of total improvised hilarity! …

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Tom Neenan: It's Always Infinity

The Old Hairdressers

A character comedy about life, loss, pain and toxic masculinity. …

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Tom Neenan: It’s Always Infinity

The Old Hairdressers

The critically acclaimed show from character comedian Tom Neenan comes to Glasgow. Telegraph …

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Tiff Stevenson: Mother (WIP)

Blackfriars

Tiff Stevenson performs a few bits from her acclaimed tour shows as well as some new material. …

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Ralph Brown & Daniel Conlan: East Meets West Coast

Yesbar

Following a sold-out show in 2018, Ralph and Daniel are back to answer the question that ba …

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Ashley Storrie - Hysterical

The Stand

Following her sell out 2017 shows, host of BBC Radio Scotland's Friday nights Ashley Storrie re …

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