Des returns to this year's festival with more offbeat observations, topical gags and Glasgow banter.
Star of Live at the Apollo, Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow, Friday Night with Jonathan Ross and Have I Got News For You is back at the Glasgow International Comedy Festival
Multi-award-winning star of numerous TV shows including Live At The Apollo, Mock The Week and Have I Got News For You returns with the follow-up show to his highly-celebrated and successful Flaws.
See Mark Steel in his newest stand up show, a surprising and enthralling story told with aplomb.
Michelle’s brand new show makes its debut. Featuring Tommy Chambers on piano, look forward to a hilarious evening.
The golden age of theatre is returning to Glasgow! Actor David Hayman has teamed up with the The Clutha Bar to present a fundraising event inspired by the notorious Empire Theatre on Sauchiehall Street.
American actor, stand-up comedian and television host, widely known for his work as an improvisational comedian on the UK and U.S. versions of Whose Line Is It Anyway?.
For children over 6, their parents and anyone who likes comedy without the rude words, a show which might or might not discuss lollipop ladies, quantum chromatic disruption machines and tartan badgers.
Professional grumpy old woman, Splash survivor, amateur soup maker, and novice knitter, Jenny Eclair is younger than Madonna but eats crisps and likes wine.
The Girls are back in town! So Many Men Yet None Are Mine the comedy play by Tanya MacDonald & Anna Devitt is BACK - all singing, all dancing, all single!
In his twelfth solo stand up show, Richard Herring examines whether we are can ever hope to be, or are meant to be, truly content.
Sunday Herald Editor Neil Mackay chairs a panel discussing the point of satire in 2016.