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The Thursday Show
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Let your hair down at the end of the week with fabulous fun this Friday. We’ve put together a prime stand-up show with five of the best acts on the Scottish and International circuits.
With Dave Hill, Anuvab Pal, Jamie Dalgleish, Marjolein Robertson and host Vladimir McTavish.
Please note that the artists appearing may be subject to change.
“Whether he’s interviewing a pet psychic or Jimmy Kimmel, Hill usually manages to derail the conversation to his own insecurities with hilariously uncomfortable results.” Variety Magazine “Great comic ideas seem to flood out of him, whether he’s mashing up home videos with clips of extreme arthouse movies or engaging in a six-month flame war with a Norwegian black metal musician.” The Guardian
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The New York Times calls Anuvab Pal ‘India’s most intelligent comedian’. The BBC calls him India’s answer to British wit. His stand-up comedy special The Nation Wants To Know, has played over 500 sold out shows from Mumbai to Sydney to San Francisco. His current show, Empire, a comedy show based on the history of the British Empire in India, has played in 12 cities worldwide and been called “Spectacular” by CNN and “A laugh riot with brilliant ideas” by NDTV. Anuvab is the only Indian stand-up comedian after Russel Peters to sell out The Gotham Comedy Club in New York in record time. He’s also the only Indian comedian invited to perform at Harvard University.
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Scottish Comedian Of The Year 2011. 'Full of energy and instantly likeable' (Edinburgh Festival Journal) 'Dalgleish has a bright future in stand-up' (The Scotsman) 'Jamie showed the composure and comic timing last seen at the Pavilion by the likes of Jack Milroy and Hector Nicol, with a big dollop of Kevin Bridges thrown in for good measure' (The Glaswegian).
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Infamous Scots comedian with his own brand of hard hitting social observation and topical satire. 'Scotland's top satirical stand-up' (Morning Star) 'Gleefully indulgent, highly appealing' (The Guardian) 'Affable and abrasive...nothing short of superb' (The Scotsman) '... lively, sharp and skilful' (Time Out) 'Masterful' (Metro).
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