It’s our favourite time of the month… That’s right, comedy night!
I grew up in a small Canadian town with my wholesome Roman Catholic family filled with morals and values. As I learn about substance abuse, women, and television, I crave the authentic connection with an audience to share my discoveries with. I’ve taken my relaxed personality and sincere story telling throughout North America, Europe and the United Kingdom where I currently reside in London… in a van. I’ve performed at Just For Laughs 42, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, can be heard on Sirius XM Radio, am the host of the Young Guns Of Comedy Tour, and the producer of Laugh It Off Comedy. Awarded Ottawa’s Up And Comer, co-produced/starred in three sold out shows at The National Arts Center Of Canada, as well as The Relentless Road trip – a 70 show in 90 day tour across Canada. Come see what big city living looks like through the eyes of a country bumpkin.
Daisy is one of the fastest rising stars in comedy today. Since starting stand-up in 2013, she has quickly attracted plaudits and accolades; winning ‘Best New Comedian’ at the Scottish Variety Awards in 2015, and then being crowned ‘Scottish Comedian of the Year’ in the same year, making her the first ever female winner.
Following a sell-out show at the Adelaide Fringe in 2016, Daisy returned to the UK to scoop ‘Best Newcomer’ at the Chortle Live Comedy Awards before performing two further sell-outs runs at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2016 and 2017.
Jeanie Jones and Iain Campbell
Opening – Ross Leslie
“Ross Leslie is a must see, funny funny stuff” – Glasgow Social Events, 2018 review
Middle – Krystal Evans
Krystal Evans is a UK-based American comedian who has come over here for the free healthcare and to take British comedians’ jobs. This year, she’s won Ten Feet Tall’s Beat the Gong show in Stockton and come 2nd place in Monkey Barrel’s Top Banana of the Year competition in Edinburgh
Middle – Joe McTernan
Scottish Comedian of the Year semi-finalist 2017.
2018 has been a bumper year for Jay Lafferty nominated for both Best Compere at The Scottish Comedy Awards and Best Comedy Show by Broadway World for her Edinburgh Fringe 2018 show Wheesht! Lafferty performed in the iconic Harpa concert hall as part of the very first Icelandic comedy festival Scotch on Ice, performed over 100 shows during the Edinburgh Fringe and took to the stage at the iconic Kings Theatre Glasgow to perform for over 1,000 people.
“Engages her audience with such playfulness and genuine curiosity we have no choice but to cling to her every word” – EdFest Magazine
“Warm, wise, witty and ¬occasionally waspish” – The Scotsman