Our monthly comedy night takes place on the 31st of March this month and we have a crackin’ line up!

Headlining the show is:

Lost Voice Guy

“Lost Voice Guy, aka Lee Ridley, suffers from cerebral palsy, which means he has no speech, and uses an iPad app to talk for him. He took up comedy in 2012, and made his Edinburgh debut in 2013, although his run was cut short when he became ill, and he returned for the full festival the following year. In 2014, he won the BBC Radio New Comedy Awards” – Independent

Opening

Gary Meikle

“Like great comics before him, the Glaswegian stand-up draws from bitter life experience that is anything but funny. But Gary, who won the Best Newcomer award at the Scottish Comedy Awards and has been hailed by some as the next Kevin Bridges, has lived to tell the tale.” – Daily Record

Support from

Kimi Loughton

“Edinburgh-based Kimi Loughton produced a marvellous performance that included a host of quality material and delivery on a wide assortment of subjects: including her hilarious life-changing self-promises. Kimi is a clever and witty comic armed with a twinkle and a cutting edge” – Dafty News

Support from

Tony Goodall

“Born in Campbletown in Scotland on the 24th January 1984. at the age of 16 he went on to appear in many productions with the BBC, The Comedy Unit, STV and Baldy Bane Theatre Company. In 2006 he began writing and producing comedy songs under the pseudonym ‘Mr Fibbers'” – IMDb

Hosted by

Paul McDougall

The Granary Comedy Club Resident MC.
“Tonight’s four acts were hosted by a confident and entertaining compere Paul McDougall, who faultlessly worked the audience into a jubilant bubble of laughter and perfectly stitched these four unwritten, acts together.” – Mumble Comedy.

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