18th July 2018 @ 11:26 am – 12:26 pm
The Tower Gastro Pub,
81 East High Street
The Tower Comedy Club @ The Tower Gastro Pub,

MC – Viv Gee
Support – Julie Sutherland
Support – Eddie Cassidy
Support – Phil Chapman
Headline – Micheal Redmond

Viv Gee is a stand-up comedian, performance poet and actor who has performed stand-up comedy all over the UK and from San Francisco to Bangkok. She is resident MC at Yesbar Comedy Club in Glasgow and has compered many events including T in the Park, Maydaze and Glasgow’s New Year Celebrations. She was also a finalist in Channel 4’s So You Think You’re Funny and the BBC Open Mic Awards. Having stumbled into stand-up as part of an on-air stunt during her time as Fred MacAulay’s co-host a decade ago, Julia Sutherland is now known for critical observations and deeply personal confessional comedy. Her 2015 show at the Glasgow International Festival “Fat Chance” became a half hour special for BBC Radio 4, with stand-up and sketches revealing her experiences of losing six stone.

She co-wrote BBC Radio Scotland sitcom “Homework”, and starred in it alongside Sanjeev Kohli and Miles Jupp.

Eddie Cassidy finally began performing stand up comedy in 2009, after many years of threatening to do so, and ever since then has been entertaining crowds at comedy clubs, pubs and festivals up and down the country, earning the title of Scottish Comedian of the year in 2012. This unassuming Glaswegian immediately entertains with hilarious, articulate observations which he fuses with sadistic dry Scottish humour. His topics are dark and funny but his manner is endearing, and with this great combination he pulls this off with confidence and wit, fully deserving of the Scottish Comedian of the Year 2012 title. – Mumble Phil Chapman’s playful brand of comedy is unique and infectious. With a set that blends anecdotes and observations with a healthy dose of audience interaction, his happy-go-lucky approach and mischievous on-stage persona delights audiences far and wide. As a comedy writer, he’s provided content for BBC Radio 4 and Radio 4 Extra and has both written and produced material for social media which has attracted over six million video views to date.

Comedy Michael Redmond started his comedy career writing comedy for Irish radio and television. After moving to London in 1987, he quickly established himself on the comedy circuit, headlining at clubs throughout the UK and appearing regularly at the world famous Comedy Store.He has performed a number of one-man shows at the Edinburgh Fringe, including Eamon, Older Brother of Jesus, which was later developed as a series for Radio 4. He now lives in Glasgow and hosts a regular Sunday-night gig at The Stand comedy club there.Over his long career has appeared on a number of stand-up TV shows, including BBC2’s Comedy Nation, LWT’s Friday Night Live, BBC One’s The Stand Up Show
You might also recognise him for his role as the lightning-hit Father Stone on Father Ted.

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