Comedy Club Friday features a line-up of top acts, including:
Since first appearing on the comedy scene in 2002, Patrick has established himself as one of the hardest working and likeable comedians around. A regular at comedy festivals throughout the UK, he’s also taken the stage at prestigious venues including Jongleurs, and the Comedy Store as well as playing Broadway for Tartan Week.
“The big man from Perth is absolutely hilarious.” The Courier
Winner of Scottish Comedian of the Year 2009, John is a regular at the likes of The Stand, Glee and Jongleurs.
“Hard-hitting and side-splitting” Daily Record
“Brilliant” Sunday Mail
Paul McDaniel is a Northern Irish comedian so funny that during one of his sets a promoter laughed so much she feared she would go into labour. A regular performer at Glasgow and Edinburgh’s top comedy nights, he has honed a distinct act that is always surreal and often just plain bonkers.
“A brilliant new comedy voice” Bruce Morton
Amelia’s material is about issues close to every woman’s heart – anxiety and snacks! She regularly performs on the Scottish circuit including at anarchic comedy night Chunks and Monkey Barrel’s experimental night Project X.
“Multi-talented, sharp as a tack – one of Glasgow’s most versatile entertainers!” Glasgow Live
“Rising star of the Scottish circuit” The skinny
MC: Viv Gee
Viv Gee has performed comedy from L.A to Bangkok and has compered many big events including T in the Park and Glasgow’s New Year celebrations. She was also a finalist in Channel 4’s So You Think You’re Funny and the BBC open Mic Final. TV and Radio appearances include River City, Revolver, The Key, Velvet Soup, Comedy Café, Velvet Cabaret, The Gates and The Comedy Underground.
In 2014 she was the recipient of the Award for Outstanding Contribution to Comedy at the inaugural Scottish Comedy Awards.
“Simply a genius” Scotland on Sunday