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MC – Liam Withnail Support – Keir McCallister Support – Jim Smith Headline – Fern Brady
Liam Withnail has been entertaining the audiences of Scotland and beyond for nearly ten years. His cheeky manor is always a hit with audiences – leading to a nomination for BEST COMPERE at the 2018 Scottish Comedy Awards.
The only comic to ever appear in BOTH the ENGLISH and SCOTTISH Comedian Of The Year Finals – his career has led him to sell out shows at Festivals in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Adelaide, Reykjavik, Brighton and more…
Keir McCallister started stand up in April 2004 when he entered the Dundee heat of the Jongleurs J20 Last Laugh Competition. Despite it being his first ever gig, he won and went on to win the Scottish final and found himself doing his third ever gig to over 1000 people in London’s Criterion Theatre, Piccadilly Circus. He came runner up.
Keir went on to have a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe 2004 with a show called Rehab’s for Quitter’s where he teamed up with comedy partner Paul Pirie. The following year he was part of the sell out show Scotland 4 Australia 1 in the Glasgow Comedy Festival which went on to have a further very successful run in the Edinburgh Fringe 2005. He and Paul Pirie also hosted their own late night comedy show.
Jim Smith is a Perthshire farmer from Caputh who over the last five years has ‘diversified’ into stand up comedy. Jim’s passion for writing and performing comedy stems from taking part in the perthshire young farmers pantomimes and east area caberet competitions in his ‘younger’ days. He has went on to perform solo shows at the both the Edinburgh fringe and the Glasgow comedy festival and is now a regular on the scottish comedy circuit.
Fern Brady has performed stand up on The Russell Howard Hour, Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central,8 out of 10 Cats, Viceland’s Brexit Stage Left and Stewart Lee’s Alternative Comedy Experience. She is a regular panelist on BBC Scotland’s Breaking the News, Radio 4’s The News Quiz and The Now Show.
Jamie Dalgleish – Since Jamie’s girlfriend put him forward for his first gig at The Stand Comedy Club, this East End of Glasgow native has hit the ground running. With a down to earth style and sharp comedic insight, he has notched up over a thousand gigs throughout the UK and is a former ‘Scottish Comedian of the Year’. As much of a crowd favourite in comedy clubs abroad as he is on home turf, Jamie has staged five sell out solo shows at the Glasgow International Comedy Festival, and has several BBC Radio Scotland appearances under his belt.