The Sunday Comedy Club features an unmissable line-up:
Scott Agnew is a 6’5 Glaswegian stand-up and journalist with TV presenting credits and radio appearances under his belt. The Scottish Comedian of the Year 2008 has entertained up and down the UK and internationally and is a regular MC for the likes of Jongleurs, Highlight and The Stand. “Few can articulate that so entertainingly and with such charm.” Broadway Baby
Born in Bonnyrigg, John Scott started stand-up in 1999 at the Stand comedy club in the city, after taking part in one of the venue’s comedy workshops. In 2010, he won £12,000 -– the biggest prize in comedy – in the Take The Mic competition for Scottish comedians.
Krystal Evans is a newcomer on the Scottish comedy scene and has quickly established herself as one to watch mostly because she steals drinks. She is a UK-based American comedian who has come over here for the free healthcare and to take Bri0tish comedians’ jobs.
“Sharp and intelligent, warm and honest stand-up, with electric new writing” Monkey Barrel Comedy.
Taryam is a Scottish-Arab comedian and actor from Glasgow. He has a passion for storytelling – whether it be sketches, poetry or stories from his own life or others. He loves physical theatre and is class at juggling. If you see him – tell him your stories.
MC. Jim McCreadie
A relative latecomer to the world of stand-up comedy at the age of 46, Jim cites taking to the mic as his version of a midlife crisis which on reflection was “cheaper than a Harley Davidson and much less hassle than having an affair”. First taking to the stage in March 2015, he quickly settled into the Scottish Comedy circuit appearing around Scotland including appearances at The Stand Comedy Clubs, The Edinburgh Fringe and making his debut at The Glasgow International Comedy Festival in 2017. In 2016, Jim also co-founded Tennent’s Comedy Basement, one of Glasgow’s longest running monthly comedy nights in Glasgow’s West End and has been hosting shows there for almost three years.