FRIDAY 16th November
Doors & Bar 7pm
5 acts for £10, bargain of a night for the last comedy club of the year!
Headline – Stuart Mitchell
In 2016, Stuart made his debut at the Edinburgh Fringe, with his show 'Dealt a Bad Hand' at The Pleasance Courtyard. The show received critical acclaim and sell out audiences culminating in an extra show due to demand.
The show recently toured venues throughout Scotland attracting more press – “How he can manage to make you howl with laughter about his mother’s suicide is a work of genius” Vivienne Aitken, Daily Record
2017 saw Stuart follow in the footsteps of Dara O’Briain, Paul Merton and Craig Ferguson by being handpicked to perform in the 'Best of the Edinburgh Fest' showcase at the Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne Comedy Festivals.
And into 2018 he’s become the longest running panellist on BBC Radio Scotland's 'Breaking the News' as well as making his debut on BBC Radio Ulster ‘The Blame Game’.
Stuart has written for 'Mock the Week' (BBC1), Newsquiz (BBC Radio 4), The Now Show (BBC Radio 4) and 'The Loser World Cup' (BBC Radio Wales).
MC – Graham Mackie
A well-known established comedian, who performs stand-up in Glasgow and the surrounding area. He was a Finalist in Scottish comedian of the year 2008 and 2010 and makes regular appearances on BBC Radio Scotland's Call Kay, and The Fred MacAulay Show.
'... an inherently warm, likeable character who instinctively brought a spark of joy to the shivering auditorium' (Chortle)
Since being put in for his first gig at The Stand in summer 2010 by his girlfriend, Jamie Dalgleish has hit the ground running, notching up hundreds of gigs throughout the UK and winning 'Scottish Comedian of the Year 2011'.
He had a sold out 4 date Glasgow Comedy Festival show plus a full run at The Fringe with Just The Tonic in 2012, amongst several BBC Radio Scotland appearances.
"Dalgleish has a bright future in stand-up" The Scotsman
"Full of energy and instantly likeable" Edinburgh Festival Journa