15th February Tom Stade
Tom Stade is a Canadain comedian who is best explained as being the guy everyone wishes they were cool enough to be friends with. He’s very honest with the audience and doesn’t try too hard to get your affection but you’ll love him anyway.
At The Stand, tickets are only £10 and doors open at 7:30 with the show starting at 8:30. Tickets can be pre-booked through The Stand’s website or bought at the door.
22nd February Steve Williams; Stand-up Story Man
Steve Williams is a jolly Welshman who will have you smiling without you really being quite sure what you’re smiling about. He has a very friendly and warm stage presence and is a prefect act to see with the family. And I better mention the fact that he’s absolutely hilarious.
Also at The Stand, tickets are £10 and only £8 for those of you with student cards or other ‘concession’ cards. Doors open at 7:30 with the show beginning at 8:30. Tickets can be pre-booked through The Stand’s website or bought at the door.
25th February Daniel Sloss; My Generation.
Daniel Sloss is commonly referred to as being half-man, half-xbox and he very cleverly patronises himself in a way that merits those around him in a ludicrously funny manner. He somehow manages to showcase material that appeals to different age groups so another act to see with the family- aslong as you don’t sit near the front.
At the Pleasance Theatre, tickets at £10 or £6 for students. The show starts at 8pm.
29th March Greg Davies; Firing Cheeseballs at a Dog
Don’t expect Mr Gilbert to be telling you jokes because Greg Davies is friendly and forward. His stand up usually consists of him sharing embarressing stories with the crowd and has the whole audience emphasising with him. He is sure to please.
At the Festival Theatre with the show starting at 7:30. Tickets can be booked through www.festival theatre.org.uk or by calling 0131 529 6000