Preview: Glasgow International Comedy Festival – Final Week

The Glasgow International Comedy Festival enters its last week and there is still plenty to catch. When I was there last week the city was hotter than Barcelona – a stark contrast to the last time I visited, when I came out of a Ronnie Corbett gig and the snowdrifts were so thick Corbett would have been completely covered. And the comedy this year has been pretty scintillating too, with great gigs already including Romesh Ranganathan and Isy Suttie. The temperature might not be quite as high now, but here is a pick of the last week's jollity to warm your comedy cockles. 

Frankie Boyle is at the Clyde Auditorium on March 21, 22, & 23.

Paul Merton and his Impro Chums are the King's Theatre on March 26

Reginald D Hunter is at the King's Theatre on March 24.

Adam Hills is at the King's Theatre on March 20 & 21.

Shappi Khorsandi is at the Citizens Theatre on March 25.

One special event is the Rabbie's Loch Lomond & Glengoyne Whisky Comedy Tour on 23 and March. Poet/comic Vladimir McTavish will entertain daytrippers with an improvised commentary as they visit Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park and Balloch Country Park. Best of all there's a complimentary tour and tasting at Glengoyne Whisky Distillery as part of the event aboard a Rabbie’s Tour bus.

Further shows feature Mark Watson, plus local stars Des Clarke, Michelle McManus,Fred MacAulay and Janey Godley.

For full info and tickets click here.


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