Ticket includes supper which is served 7:30pm - 8:30pm. Comedy starts at 8:15pm.
Patrick started gigging in 2002, and has played virtually every comedy club in Scotland as well as many in England, including The Comedy Store Leicester Square, Jongleurs Battersea, The Buzz Club, The Cellar Bar in Dublin as well as clubs in Newcastle ,Manchester, and Torquay. Patrick has also worked on stage at the Scottish Royal Academy of Drama and Music, demonstrating that his brand of humour crosses all barriers, and is an excellent after dinner speaker, much in demand simply because he can deliver a set to please and delight any audience.
There are not many people who have been struck by lightning and lived to tell the tale. While this may not have actually happened to Michael Redmond himself, it is a fate which befell his character Father Stone - one of the more memorable creations of C4's classic comedy 'Father Ted'.
There is something of a lightning strike victim in Michael. With his shock of white hair, droopy black moustache and a face that the phrase hangdog expression was invented for, he was born to perform deadpan comedy. It is a difficult style for any comedian, but with his physical head start he has gone on to prove himself a master over the past fifteen years. Michael has that rare physical presence that is capable of getting audiences rolling with laughter without having to say a word. But when you add to this his natural gifts of precision timing and outrageously well-crafted material, the results can be almost tortuously hysterical.
Bill began performing stand up comedy in 1993 whilst at Stirling University on an OU summer school. He was a co-founder of The Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh in early '95 and won the Paisley Arts Festival competition "Do You Think You're Funny?" in June '95 and went on to support Harry Hill in Paisley. 1995 also saw Bill's first performances at the Edinburgh Fringe (at The Stand) and The Gilded Balloon.
In early '98 Bill and fellow stand up Brian Hennigan developed The Useless Guide to Scotland fringe show. It went on to sell out for the majority of it's fringe runs in '98,'99, '00 and '01 as well as touring all over Scotland. The show was featured in the Australian Broadcasting Corporation TV show 'Correspondent' (Scottish Devolution special) and on Radio 4, Talk Radio, Radio Scotland (Brian Morton show & Fred MacAulay show), Scot FM, as well as BBC Scotland's (TV) 'Beat Room'
He can be seen at a wide variety of venues across Scotland and the North of England. Bill has notched up around 700+ appearances so far.
One of the most popular - and certainly most successful- of modern-day Scottish comedians, Vladimir McTavish is a stunning professional in every sense of the word. Whether using his renowned skills as a top class compere or closing a multi-act bill as a first-rate headline act, Vladimir can adapt to any situation and let his quality shine through.
Vladimir serves up a delightful feast of social observation and topical satire, seasoned with his caustic wit and presented via a platter of breakneck-pace patter. In addition to his headline appearances throughout the UK, Ireland, Holland and at the Norwegian Comedy Festival at Stavanger, Vladimir has appeared on a number of popular TV and radio shows. These have included 'The Empire Laughs Back' (BBC1), the football game show 'We're On Our Way To Wembley' (ITV) 'Velvet Cabaret' (BBC Radio Scotland) and the 'Live Floor Show' (BBC Scotland). He 'is nothing short of superb' (Scotsman), and 'gleefully indulgent' (Guardian).
A regular star of the annual 'Best of Scottish' comedy showcase at the Edinburgh Fringe, Vladimir has been proving his mettle as a topical comedian of rare wit and insight as the driving force behind the highly successful live current affairs comedy show, 'A Kick Up The Tabloids'.
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