Comedy is listed by date, then by city. Shows will be listed, provided that details reach our ottices at least ten days before publication. Comedy listings compiled by Neil Cooper.
events I in Glasgow . ﬁts—fbrﬁitoht’are trait at ‘ Maytast,"See Maytest listings
on pages 21~27 tor details.
I Geraldine Mcllulty/lynn Ferguson (‘umbernauld Theatre, Kildrum. 01236 732887. 7.45pm. £5 (£2.50). The last laugh goes to the girls on Gilded Balloon l’roductions’ spring tour. Fringe 1995 hit (ier'ry McNulty is 'li'n Women In A ()m' l-‘mt'k Show ~ meet Maggie. customer service bitch of the decade and Betty Buchanan with the bad hair day from hell. Second-up is l.ynn Ferguson giving it Hr’m'l :lml Sale in her hilarious tale of a woman loving unwiser.
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Cumbernauld I Geraldine Mcllulty/lynn Ferguson
C‘umbernauld Theatre. Kildrum. (‘umberuauld 01236 732887. 7.45pm. £5 (£2.50). See Fri 3.
I Rhona Cameron, Dylan Moran, Lee Mack Queen's Hall. 068 201*). 10.30pm. £7.50 (£5 i. ()utrageous star of (iaytime TV. Cameron is in new improved mode. while both Dylan Moran and Lee Mack
are of the even newer guard ofcomctlians.
‘Bloody hiiarious' say Louder] magazine of Moran. so it must be true. Presented by The Gilded Balloon.
Glasgow I Stand Up Comedy Montth
h‘lacSorley's Bar. Jamaica Street. 0141 221 0198. 9pm. Free. After a few one- offs. this is being launched as a regular monthly event. This pilot features Raymond Mearns. Billy Bonkers. Gerry Grant. and compere Gary Hagan. Yet another addition to Glasgow’s comedy circuit.
I The Glasgow Girls Paisley Arts Centre. New Street. 887 l()l(). 8pm. £6 (£4). Dorothy Paul and Barbara Rafferty in their new show. A side-splitting evening guaranteed to lift the roof off with a unique blend of lampoon. song and satire all presented in a typically gallus fashion.
I Velvet Rooms 520 Sauchiehall Street. 332 0755. 8.3(l--l().3()pm (doors open 8pm). £5 (£4). Glasgow‘s newest regular laughter zone. with man-about—the- comedy-circuit Fred Mac.-\u|ay as resident compere. and a fresh supply of up and coming local comics every fortnight.
I Arnold Brown/John Paul Leach and Ford Keirnan East Kilbride Arts Centre. ()ld (‘oach Road. ()1355 261000. £6 1H I. Arnold Brown‘s dry delivery has long been a refreshing antidote to the more frenetic excesses of stand ups. to the extent that he's now becoming something of a comedy institution. leach and Kearnan too are becoming a permanent fixture with their double-handed mix of old-fashioned humour. And why not‘.’
Rhona Cameron. Edinburgh. Sat ’6
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I’m building site, part musk-gig. I * part performance. ~- Theatre from the edge.
La Furadels Baus ~,;;'fMTM» 8pm £1015
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matinee. scattered 8pm £4/2 ‘ The sell-out hit of Glasgayl 95 returns.
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