A A E FRIDAY 18 I Parrot and Fred McAulay Blackfriars. 45
Albion Street. Merchant City. Glasgow, 041552 5924. 9pm. £3. Bar open
0 O ’ . 8.30pm—midnight. Two ofthe most active t t S S 6 . . | 11 and entertaining stand-ups on the current :3 . scene join forces for a one-offevcning of
In” comm“ “on” UPSlaITS‘ 32/2 WCSl comic improvisation. Thcv will also be NICOISOH SerCt, Edinburgh. . testing out some fresh mat‘crial‘ 50 get 10pm £4i(£3)- Bar/rcswuram 0Pcn 3“ down tonight and tell vour grandchildren day. scrvmg unlll 9-30Pm - dlnCl'S can you were there first. See preview claim £1 reduction on their cabaret tickets. I ma counting ﬂousa Upstairg top We“ ~ ‘ Nicolson Street. Edinburgh. 031 6620781. 10pm. £4 (£3). Bar/restaurant open all day. serving until 9. 30pm — diners can claim £1 reduction on their cabaret tickets Return visit of the multinational So You Think You 'rc Funny winners. the Three
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Kenny Harris has been going from strength to strength since he made his debut in 1990‘s 50 You Think You're Funny competition and here he isjoined .t by Parrot who is currently splitting his & work betwcn Scotland and London. See
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. Recomm ‘nded. We '1! OrderAny Book, Any Publisher, Anywhere R 12 19 ' i — Late Opcml‘g Hours and sundays Too' I the Comic Club Blackfriars. 45 Albion - Eu" 80?: TOR"? “neg-hey 'c "Chaﬂgc‘b'c‘:h'°u‘h?m "WHUK '"d l'chnd; . Street. Merchant City. Glasgow. 041 552 I The Comic Club Blackfriars. 45 Albion o - - 5924. 9pm. £4.50 (£3.50). Bar open Street. Merchant City. Glasgow. (I41 552
- 8.30pm—midnight. Parrot will be trying 5924. 9pm. £4.50 (£3.50). Baropen - - --. , out some new material tonight (see 8.3(lpm—midnight. Compere for tonight is preview) and he‘ll be joined by Phil Kay that man Parrot again (see preview) who'll and John Gillock with their own brand of be introducing a busy line-up ofGlasgow home-grown humour. stand-ups. SUNDAY 13 SUNDAY 20 . THEATRE COMPANY lTlle Salamander Comedy Music HallCafc lThe SalamanderComedy Music Hall Cafe T ‘ ' Royal. West Register Street, Edinburgh. Royal. West Register Street. Edinbur h. 0312281838,8pm.£3(£2).Compere 031 228 1838. 8pm. £3(£2). More musigc THE BRUNTON THEATRE B A R C Arnold introduces a mixed evening of and comedy held together by Arnold who comedy, poetry and music featuring The Will be introducing the house blues band SEASON 1990/91 Outlaws of Peace, Harry Fabure, special and Petra the Plastic Bucket in guests and open-mike spots. conversation with Mr Offski.
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