What's On / Archive

March 2018

Miles Jupp and Friends in aid of The Preshal Trust

Miles Jupp, seen on The News Quiz, Mock The Week, Live At The Apollo, Have I Got News For You, and star of BBC TV’s Rev and friends live at the Citizens Theatre in aid of The Preshal Trust.

Alexei Sayle

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The Godfather of alternative comedy brings his hit Edinburgh show to the Whyte & Mackay Glasgow International Comedy Festival.

No Such Thing As A Fish

Join Dan Schreiber, Andrew Hunter Murray, Anna Ptaszynski and James Harkin at the Whyte & Mackay Glasgow International Comedy Festival as they serve up their pick of the most bizarre, extraordinary and hilarious facts known to man.

James Campbell: The Hilariously Funny World Of…

James' show finds The Hilariously Funny Things about everything including pets, yoghurt, bees, and why do we have hair?

Bridget Christie: What Now?

Join Bridget (Room 101, Have I Got News for You, Harry Hill’s Alien Fun Capsule) for a night of hope and despair.

Shappi Khorsandi: Mistress and Misfit

Star of Live At The Apollo, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, Have I Got News for You and Q.I, Shappi is on the road with her new sell out show.

Des Clarke: Just Desserts

Glasgow’s star of stand up is back at the Whyte & Mackay Glasgow International Comedy Festival with more nonsense stories, topical gags and offbeat observations.

David Baddiel My Family: Not The Sitcom

Following a sold-out run at London’s Menier Chocolate Factory and two critically-acclaimed West End runs, David Baddiel takes his Olivier-nominated one-man show to the Whyte & Mackay Glasgow International Comedy Festival.

Alan Bissett: Moira Monologues & (More) Moira Monologues

Expect an evening of hilarity and hard-hitting truths from Falkirk’s hardest woman.


Have you ever wondered what Scotland’s longest serving First Minister really thinks? Well, here’s your chance. Now unleashed from the restraints of public office, why not join Alex for a bit of light hearted banter and a few behind the scenes revelations about his time in power?

A Night at the Theatre

Following sell-out gigs at Celtic Connections and the Traverse Theatre, A New International present A Night at the Theatre.

February 2018


 ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCE SCHEDULED SAT 3 MAR 4.30PM. A gag law limiting the country to 140 spoken words a day forces young couple Oliver and Bernadette to find different ways to understand and communicate with each other: abbreviations, Morse code, intense staring, sex, lemons, lemons, lemons, lemons, lemons.