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Bruce’s Pick of the Fringe The Stattd. 333 \‘l'oodlands Road. (I870 (100 (1055. ()pm. to t£5l. Brttce Devlin previews some of the best comedy available at the Fringe. including Irish prankster ()wen O‘Neill and Nick Revell. pltts the masters of tltc unexpected. the Stand Players.
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Jongleurs Comedy Club .Ionglcurs. l7(i(' Building. Renl'rew Street. 08707 870707. 8pm. £12. Michael Legge learns tip with explosive (ilaswegian Frankie Boyle. sparky polcmieist Pattl Provenza. Neil McFarlane and oddball comedian Sill \Nlto'.’
Bruce’s Pick of the Fringe The Stand. 333 Woodlands Road. 0870 600 (1055. 9pm. £8. Leith boy (‘oIin Ramone travels west coast in the company ol‘ clever comic (‘hris Addison and classy lady Karen Bayley for a night of Fringe comedy hosted by Bruce Morton.
Jongleurs Comedy Club Iongleurs. I.'(}(' Bttilding. Renl‘rew Street. 08707 870707. 8pm. £13. See Fri (1.
Madcap Comedy Club The State Bar. 1-18 Holland Street. 332 2I5‘). 8.30pm. £5 (£4). (‘omedy hero I)es Melean headlines with support from Irish comedienne Francis IIeaIy. plus Vaq. Peter Richardson. Iain Smith and inimitable host Billy Bonkers.
Bruce’s Pick of the Fringe The Stand. 333 Woodlands Road. 0870 (>00 (1055. 9pm. £9. Wicked host Brttce Morton introduces sotne ol' the hottest acts from the Fringe. including bucket head Simon Munnery. deadpan poetry master John IIegIey and Markus Birdtnan.
The Vault Comedy Club The Vault. I I 10 Pollokshaws Road. (14‘) 0007. 9pm. £8. Musical maestro AIIan (‘halmers joins (‘harlie Ross and (ierry McDade for more comical capers at the Vault.
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The Sunday Service The Stand. 33.3 Woodlands Road. 0870 (100 (3055. 8.30pm. £4. Adventurous l‘ortysomething Mrs Barbara Nice ol‘l'ers tnotherly advice iii the company of rising talent Andy Bone. latte Christie and Robert Parker. plus Irish host Michael Redmond.
Disposable Theatre The Vault. l l l() Pollokshaws Road. (>49 0007. 9pm. £5. Improv troupe Disposable Theatre conjures up sketches. games. gags and short comedy-theatre pieces to keep the laughs rolling.
Red Raw The Stand. 333 Woodlands
Road. 0870 (100 (1055. 8.30pm. £2. New talent comes under the spot light at this
Natalie Haynes performs at The Stand, Glasgow, Wed 1 1 Aug
beginners' night. with help from special guests from the Fringe.
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Suzie’s Selection The Stand. 333 Woodlands Road. 0870 (100 6055. 9pm. £6. Susan Morrison lines tip the Fringe talent including neurotic stand-up Natalie Haynes and cheeky crowd-pleaser Tom Price. with able support from local funny boys (‘hris Henry and Andy Reid.
Bruce’s Pick of the Fringe The Stand. 333 Woodlands Road. 0870 (100 (1055. 9pm. £7. Milton Jones woos his audiences with his clever and surreal rhymes with support from Scots wonder boy John Scott and Steve Paterson.
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