Our next event is a Curry and Comedy fundraiser for Carnegie Rotary Club on Thursday evening (20th July) at Apricot which is an Indian/Nepalese restaurant in Dunfermline.
The comedy section will include Edinburgh Festival Fringe preview performances from Ross Leslie and Jay Lafferty.
The night starts at 19:30 and tickets can be obtained from Carnegie Rotary Club.
Ticket sales are going really well for this year’s Culross Festival comedy event which is taking place this Friday. But if you hurry you will still be able to get buy a ticket and catch six of the best comedians on the Scottish circuit at this event for just £12. And even better (touch wood), the weather forecast is looking promising. It promises to be a great night of comedy.
Next month, we’re back at The Culross Festival for the third year. We’ve put together the line up for the special comedy event on Friday 16th June at The Stables venue. And what a line up we have this year! MC Jay Lafferty will oversee proceedings, with acts including Gary Meikle and Vladimir McTavish, magician/comedian Graham Stewart and Hebridean Carina Macleod, and Eddy Brimson as headliner.
Tickets can be bought from here: http://culrossfestival.com/events/2/
It’s our final show of 2016 coming up on 16th December, when we’ll be bringing in the comedy for a curry and comedy night at Kirkcaldy RFC. With Stu Who headlining, experienced compere Rob Kane and support from Marc Jennings and Will Naameh, it promises to be a special evening. Tickets available from the venue.
We’re putting on another comedy night for Raith Rotary Club at Balwearie Golf Club this Friday night, and we have not one but two previous winners of the Scottish Comedian of the Year competition: Bruce Fummey and Jamie Dalgleish. With a curry to look forward to beforehand, it should be a great fundraising night.
There’s just a week to go before the big ticket comedy event at this year’s Aberdour Festival. With Scottish Comedian of the Year 2013, Larry Dean, and headliner Patrick Monahan on the bill it’s going to be a great night. Tickets are still available from venues in the village and online.
We’re proud to announce details of this year’s big ticket marquee comedy event at The Aberdour Festival! After booking Gary Delaney and Craig Hill to headline this event the past 2 years, we have PATRICK MONAHAN headlining this year. He has been reviewed (5 stars) as ‘a comedian with a heart of gold’ by One4Review *****.
JOJO SUTHERLAND will be the MC. She recently supported Tom Stade on tour. We also have support from LARRY DEAN (Scottish Comedian of the Year 2013), Damian Kingsley and Richard Pulsford.
Tickets are priced at £12.50 and can be bought from McTaggarts Deli, The Purple Shop or Aberdour Chemist, or online at
Note that there is an age restriction of 16 and over for this event.
Mirth of Forth Comedy will be putting on an hour of comedy at Rachel House children’s hospice in Kinross this Saturday as part of their 20th anniversary festival celebrations. The celebrations run from 2pm to 9pm, and the comedy is due to start at about 5pm, which will be aimed at the older children, their carers and staff!
We’re organising the comedy for another Rotary Club do on Friday 20th May. This time it’s Carnegie Rotary who are hosting a curry and comedy night, at the Civil Service Club in Rosyth. Bob Graham is hosting and Graham Mackie is headlining. Tickets are £20 which need to be reserved for pick up on the door, and funds raised will be going to local and international good causes.
It’s our annual Glasgow International Comedy Festival mixed bill show this Sunday, at 2:15pm. The ‘Five Fifers for a Fiver’ show this year features Graham Barrie, Iain Hume, Ross Leslie, Stuart McPherson and Richard Pulsford – all with a Fife connection – at Yesbar, in Drury Street.
Tickets (naturally) are £5, and can be bought online here: http://www.seetickets.com/event/five-fifers-for-a-fiver/yesbar/927486 or you can take your chances on the door.